NYC's Trump Tower Renamed 'Dump Tower' on Google Maps

The name stayed that way for a few hours.

Manhattan's Trump Tower was branded "Dump Tower" for a few hours on Google Maps.

It’s unclear how the switch occurred but Twitter users started tweeting about the change Saturday afternoon, according to reports.

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It was only up for a few hours before Google swooped in to change it back to its original name.

According to Google, map data is gathered from third-party providers, public sources and user contributions, which helps to create a comprehensive and updated map at all times.

If there are any corrections that need to be made, they are made by Google.

There were mixed reviews on the temporary “rebranding” on social media. 

And @google decides to abuse its power again. #DumpTower pic.twitter.com/6GIXWNVzD6

November 27, 2016

I love you Google! #DumpTower is the perfect name! LOL!!! pic.twitter.com/U03iH9V3LI

November 27, 2016

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Trump did not comment on the change on Twitter. 

#Dumptrump was a popular hashtag during the campaign season for those who opposed the president-elect. 

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