Cirque du Trump

9 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A Show of Hispanic Support for Donald Trump (Well, One at Least).

A Hispanic woman and ecstatic Donald Trump supporter took the stage with the Republican presidential candidate during his rally Thursday in Las Vegas to proclaim her love to him.Donald Trump’s hotel chain has confirmed that credit cards used at seven high-end properties — including establishments in New York, Las Vegas and Chicago — may have been compromised as a result of malware that went unnoticed on system computers for more than a year. Trump, at a rally inside a Cirque du Soleil theater here, had invited the woman up on stage after she flashed a copy of the recent issue of People magazine with Mr.

Trump has disparaged nearly all of Mexico — saying their leaders are swindlers who have plotted to send their worst criminals to the United States — showing that he has some Hispanic support is a matter of pride, if not a way of proving that he is not the racist critics say he is. The hotel chain first warned of a potential breach last week, but did not offer confirmation until Monday — more than two months after security journalist Brian Krebs first reported that Trump computers appeared to have been hacked. “This tracks almost exactly what I heard from banks in June of this year, who told me they had little doubt that Trump properties in several U.S. locations — including Chicago, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami and New York — were dealing with a card breach that appeared to extend back to at least February 2015. Then he completed a little riff about how the editors at People had manipulated the photo to give him a wart on his nose that doesn’t exist, signed her magazine and kissed her on the cheek. Hotel patrons who used bank cards at the affected properties during the time the malware was present are being extended one year of complimentary fraud resolution and identity protection services by Mr. On the heels of a similar incident confirmed by brokerage firm Scottrade in the days since the Experian breach was first reported, the cyber hack suffered by Mr.

Trump’s hotels is now the third major security breach to come to light in only a week’s time. “We take the privacy of personal information seriously. Immediately upon learning of a possible incident, we notified the F.B.I. and financial institutions, and engaged an outside forensic expert to conduct an investigation of the incident,” Mr. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois on Oct. 2, asks a federal judge to grant class-action status so other hotel patrons can pursue remedy.

Trump’s was breached by hacktivists who left a message wishing “America’s first openly [expletive] Presidential Candidate” good luck on the campaign trail.

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