tech insider: Back in early March, hackers affiliated with Anonymous tried to reboot their Operation Trump campaign by calling for everyone to take down Trump's websites in a coordinated effort on April 1. by Paul Szoldra
'Almost immediately, the initiative was criticized by people within Anonymous as irresponsible and "cringeworthy," but a dedicated group apparently moved on with the plan.
'On April 1st, many of the GOP frontrunner's sites were still standing; there were now two competing "Op: Trump" chatrooms with totally different missions; and one of them had been flooded with pro-Trump supporters and others leaving trolling comments like "Hitler did nothing wrong."
'In short: The so-called war seems to be a complete disaster. It's unclear when the split between Anonymous factions occurred, but it seems to have happened sometime after a hacker named Beemsee, who has been leading the original OpTrump effort, released a new statement claiming that attacking Trump's websites was all a ruse for publicity around April Fools' Day.'