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Hackers Post Pro-ISIS Messages on Ohio Government Sites

"You will be held accountable Trump," the message read

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    Hackers targeted at least seven Ohio government websites to publish pro-ISIS messages and criticism of President Donald Trump, state officials said Sunday.

    As NBC News reported, the message appeared on the website for Gov. John Kasich and his wife, Karen, as well as government agencies, including those for Medicaid, corrections, and workforce transformation.

    "You will be held accountable Trump, you and all your people for every drop of blood flowing in Muslim countries," the message read.

    No personal information was compromised and all affected servers were taken offline, state official Tom Hoyt told NBC affiliate WCMH.

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