Breaking News: Newsweek’s Twitter Allegedly Hacked by ISIS Group Threatening Michelle Obama and Daughters
INSIDE EDITION is following the breaking news that ISIS has hacked into Newsweek's Twitter account and posted threats to the Obama's.
Newsweek’s Twitter account was allegedly hacked on Tuesday morning by apparent Islamic State supporters calling themselves, “Cyber Caliphate.”
The site was quickly regained by the magazine but INSIDE EDITION was able to capture the images of the tweets before it was taken down.
One of the posts appeared to target first lady Michelle Obama with a very creepy message.
Another tweet allegedly displayed confidential Pentagon documents.
More news developing about this story, tune in to INSIDE EDITION tonight for the latest on the Newsweek hacking.
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