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Trump's official campaign website briefly offline after hackers appeared to take control and claim they had 'full access to Trump and relatives'

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  • Trump’s official campaign website was taken offline Tuesday after hackers briefly appeared to accessed it.
  • The apparent hackers posted a message claiming “multiple devices were compromised that gave full access to trump and relatives.”
  • They told visitors they would release damaging information on Trump while trying to convince people to send them cryptocurrency, in a potential scam.
  • Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
  • This story is breaking, check back for further developments.
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