The Trump campaign website was briefly defaced Tuesday night, campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh says. As Politico puts it, a message posted on the site "borrowed language common to disinformation campaigns designed to demoralize Americans and depress voter turnout, warning that 'the US citizens have no choice.'" It also claimed that "multiple devices" had been hacked and classified info stolen, including evidence the president was involved with the "origin" of the coronavirus and is working with foreign actors to manipulate the election. It asked people to send cryptocurrency to one of two options, depending whether they wanted the hackers to release the information or not release it. TechCrunch has a screenshot.