Hackers take aim at President Trump with vulgar road sign message near Washington corridor

Hackers took aim at President Donald Trump Tuesday when they took over a road construction sign near Washington corridor.

The hackers plastered the digital sign on Heights Boulevard at Waugh with a message to impeach Trump. Another message involved the president and Russian president Vladimir Putin.

People driving by stopped to take pictures. One woman said she was shocked to the messages.

"My first reaction (was to) see for myself," Daniele Plumber said.

This is not the first time a road sign has been changed to display anti-Trump speech. In June, someone in Dallas hacked a sign to read "Donald Trump is a shape-shifting lizard."

It is unclear when the Houston road sign will be corrected.

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