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Hackers Say They’ve Obtained a Cache Of Trump’s ‘Dirty Laundry’, Threaten To Release It Unless They’re Pay $42 Million

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According to a new report by The New York Post, a group of hackers are threatening to release a pile of “dirty laundry” on President Donald Trump they say they stole from a law firm unless they are pay over $42 million.

The hacker group REvil launched a successful attack against law firm Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks in which they swiped 756GB of data from the firm’s servers, The Post reports.

Hackers initially asked the law firm, which represents high-profile clients including Lady Gaga and Madonna, for $21 million, but they doubled their request on Thursday after claiming that they’d also obtained information on Trump.

“Mr. Trump, if you want to stay president, poke a sharp stick at the guys, otherwise you may forget this ambition forever,” the hackers wrote in a threat posted online. “And to you voters, we can let you know that after such a publication, you certainly don’t want to see him as president… The deadline is one week.”

A source close to Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks founder Allen Grubman tells the Post that the firm is in no mood to negotiate.

“His view is, if he paid, the hackers might release the documents anyway,” the source said. “Plus the FBI has stated this hack is considered an act of international terrorism, and we don’t negotiate with terrorists.”

Read the entire report here.