For Halloween, Four Seasons Total Landscaping poked fun at being mistakenly booked by the Trump administration for a press conference
The Trump campaign mistakenly booked a landscaping business for a 2020 press conference.
While Rudy Giuliani spoke at the briefing, a reporter told him the election was called for Biden.
Since the press conference, Four Seasons Total Landscaping has sold millions in merchandise.
In a hilarious Halloween tribute, Four Seasons Total Landscaping said in a tweet that it would be celebrating the holiday as the Four Seasons Hotel, a reference to the Trump campaign mistakenly booking the commercial landscaping and snow removal business instead of the luxury hotel chain for a press conference last November.
"This year our costume was an obvious one," the business' tweet said.
-Four Seasons Total Landscaping (@therealfstl1992) November 1, 2021
The conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping set the stage for Trump's "Big Lie." In the middle of the conference, a reporter informed Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal lawyer who was speaking at the event, that "all" the major cable news networks had called the race for Joe Biden.
He responded by announcing the campaign's plans to challenge the election in court the following week and made unsubstantiated claims of election fraud.
Since then, the landscaping business has used the press coverage to promote its business, make Giuliani memes, and sell millions of dollars in merchandise.
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