Liberal Amazon reviewers may not have Donald Trump’s Christmas ornament to poke fun at on Amazon any longer, but they haven’t given up the cyber fight.

Just yesterday, for instance, someone renamed the President-elect’s notorious Trump Tower in NYC to read “Dump Tower.”

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 12: Trump Tower stands along 5th Avenue in Manhattan as police stand guard outside following an earlier protest against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in front of the building on March 12, 2016 in New York City. A member of the New York Police Department (NYPD) stated that the police will now keep an around the clock presence at the location due to the number of protests and threats against Donald Trump. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Oh, my.

A spokesperson for Google told the Associated Press that the building has since been restored to its rightful name, but as of press time, it appears that the hackers have struck again, because you can now dine at the fine establishment that is “Dump Grill.”


So is Google throwing massive shade? Mayyyybee. While the site does allow people to use the Map Maker to edit businesses, roads, and other landmarks, the Google FAQ page suggests that as of now, all changes are reviewed before going live.

The fun and games won’t be going on for too much longer, though: a disclaimer at the top of the page notes that the Map Maker will be retiring in 2017 in favor of the (newly updated) Google Maps. While some of the site’s old features will still be readily available, users will likely be more restricted, as they are being encouraged to join a local guide community in order to contribute to changes.

LAS VEGAS, NV - FEBRUARY 23: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (C) speaks as his sons Donald Trump Jr. (L) and Eric Trump (R) look on during a caucus night watch party at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino on February 23, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The New York businessman won his third state victory in a row in the "first in the West" caucuses. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The change was announced earlier this month, and thus not a direct response to the Trump debacle. After all, he wouldn’t be the first to be victim of a naming incident, with reports of users also renaming the White House to “Edward Snow Den.”

So far, no rants about the incident on Twitter from the Donald himself, but if this keeps up, we wouldn’t be surprised!

What would you rename the tower? Share with us over @BritandCo.

(h/t Cosmopolitan, photo via Ethan Miller, Spencer Platt + Drew Angerer/Getty)