Someone renamed US-President elect Donald Trump’s midtown Manhattan Building “Trump Tower” as “Dump Tower” on Google Maps.
Someone Renamed Trump Tower as “Dump Tower” on Google Maps
Trump Tower, the New York home of President-elect Donald Trump and headquarters for his campaign showed up as “Dump Tower” in Google Maps. Someone has renamed Donald Trump’s building on Google Maps.
The proper name was restored to the Google Map service by early Sunday. The tower actually serves as President-Elect Donald Trump’s home in Manhattan. Well, a majority of people thinks that it was a Google employee who changed the name. However, that remains to be confirmed.
According to CNN “CNN affiliate WPIX had reported that a second location, the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Columbus Circle had also been renamed Dump International Hotel & Tower earlier Saturday. By Sunday morning, that reference had also been removed.”
The previous year, Google had frozen all the public edits to its Maps due to a large number of cases of vandalism. Some peoples are even claiming that Hackers have renamed Donald Trump’s midtown Manhattan home on Google Maps.
However, who was behind all this scene was still to be known. The hack was discovered on Saturday and was widespread on Social media in no-time. Some people have started sharing screenshots with hashtag #DumpTower on Twitter. Here are some of the tweets.
To the @google employee who renamed #TrumpTower to #DumpTower , update your resume.
— j yung❌ (@xtey92a) November 27, 2016
No matter who is responsible for this, we need to come together as a country and offer her or him free drinks for life. #dumptower pic.twitter.com/o9e7lKJvnG
— Seth Fried (@Seth_Fried) November 27, 2016
Disgraceful! #Google renamed #trumptower #DumpTower #ButtHurtLibtards #DNCLosers pic.twitter.com/iUZjAKdbda
— Fight LibtardLogic (@matthewthesmith) November 27, 2016
Day made. It's the little things. Thank you, Google maps hacker. #DumpTower pic.twitter.com/Za27RKvuE1
— Fiona (@dysphemist) November 27, 2016
#DumpTower is the 2nd best move I've seen by hackers this week… pic.twitter.com/KIm54V4PUS
— Ashley Smith (@wanderlustylife) November 27, 2016