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The 2016 domain wars aren't slowing down. Multiple GOP presidential candidates have already had popular domain names scooped out from under them, and it looks the Jeb Bush campaign is the latest to fall prey to hijackers, as now redirects to

It's unclear if the domain — a $250,000 destination that Bush reportedly declined to register earlier in the campaign, opting for instead — was purchased by the Trump campaign directly or merely supporters, but it's an embarrassing faux pas for Bush, who has occasionally struggled with forays into the digital world.

Previously, the domain was swept away by someone who wanted to highlight layoffs under the former HP CEO, while Rand Paul was reportedly forced to pay out more than $100,000 for Currently, the domain goes to a pro-Obama site.