Donald Trump organization’s official website Trump.com was attacked by hackers yesterday and a message was posted in which Jon Stewart was praised vehemently as he bids farewell to The Daily Show.

Apparently, the Twitter profile @TelecomixCanada is responsible for the hack and message posting.

The message reads: “Know, Sir, that your steadfast dedication to the irony and power of Truth has inspired a generation which we ourselves now serve. That our collective thanks appear here will, we hope, amuse you as much as it will them.”

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This is the message uploaded by the hacker on Trump’s website

It is also stated that the message serves as,

“A measure of the respect with which we hold you and the depth of appreciation we have of your time with us.”

In case you are wondering why Trump’s website was targeted then it can be said that it has got something to do with the way, The Donald’s campaign has entertained Stewart in his final few shows.

This is not the first time when Tump’s website has been hacked. In 2011, trump.com was hacked and defaced by a Tunisian hacker.

The mirror link for the defacement in 2011 is available below

http://www.zone-h.org/mirror/id/14129781

In February 2013, Donald Trump had his official twitter account hacked where hacker posted Lil Wayne’s song “These hoes think they classy, well that’s the class I’m skippen,”

Trump’s hotels also came under attack with a massive credit card breach of its customers.

sourceAP

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