Donald Trump's Campaign Mistakenly Books Press Conference At Four Seasons Landscaping Instead Of The Hotel
Hot New Hip Hop reported today that Donald Trump and his legal team mistakenly booked a press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, rather than the Four Seasons Hotel outside of Philadelphia. The outlet claims it's more than likely that Trump and his campaign team never meant to book anything there.
Before the press conference took place, Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia tweeted that the president's conference would not be at their hotel, and it would instead, be on the property of the landscaping business which isn't affiliated with the hotel. Reportedly, even Trump appeared to have gotten it wrong at first after he initially said it would be at the Four Seasons.
Regarding the 2020 election, reports have claimed Trump and his team have no intention of conceding. For instance, Rudy Giuliani said in his sarcastic tone, "oh my goodness. All the networks. Wow!" before going on to insinuate that it wasn't the press and the media who decided elections.
The former mayor of New York City sarcastically claimed the judges and their decisions didn't "count," and everyone should just forget about the law. Giuliani went on to say that he didn't know if there was enough evidence to "set aside" the entire electoral process, and definitely not around the entire country.
Rudy claimed there was "enough evidence," however, to disqualify many ballots, including in Pennsylvania.
As most know, Trump is reported to have lost the presidential election to Joe Biden . Initially, it looked like president Trump was going to win his second term, but once the mail-in ballots started to be counted, Biden went on to lead in nearly every swing state.
For instance, it appeared as if Trump was going to take Michigan at one point, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and a few others, but Biden wound up taking all of them.
Now, Trump and the rest of his campaign have claimed the electoral process was packed with rampant fraud through not only mail-in ballots but also through media collusion and the influence of big tech. Trump had been criticizing mail-in ballots ever since the Democrats posed the idea at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.