Check out this tweet from Rudy Giuliani from November 30, and pay attention to the small typo he made within the tweet:
As you can see, he wrote “G-20.In”. By inadvertently not including a space between the period after G-20 and In, he inadvertantly created a link to the G-20.in url. The .IN domain name extension is the ccTLD for India. Mr. Giuliani had intended to reference the G-20 Summit.
Whois records show that G-20.in had been unregistered until after Mr. Giulian’s tweet. Someone must have seen the link and registered this domain name.
Now, when someone visits G-20.in, they will see a message about President Trump:
“Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country.”