Donald Trump Jr.’s Social Media account hacked, false posts shared
A spokesperson for former President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Donald Trump Jr.’s social media account on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, had been compromised after it Began publishing a series of odd and erratic posts.
One post falsely claimed that the former president had died, while another said that Trump Jr. would be running for president himself. The posts were reshared more than 1,000 times on X and viewed hundreds of thousands of times within minutes.
The incident is a reminder of the importance of cybersecurity for high-profile individuals and organizations. It is also a reminder of the potential for social media to be used to spread misinformation and disinformation.
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Donald Trump Jr.’s social media account hacked
Someone hacked into Donald Trump Jr.’s social media account and posted false messages saying that his father, former President Donald Trump, had died and that Trump Jr. would run for president. The messages were shared widely before being removed.
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