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Four Seasons Total Landscaping Just Epically Trolled Trump With Their Halloween 'Costume'

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Four Seasons Total Landscaping got into the Halloween spirit this year by trolling former President Donald Trump and his former attorney Rudy Giuliani with a rather creative Halloween "costume."

The firm, which made headlines last year after Giuliani mistakenly held a press conference there instead of at the Four Seasons Hotel at the Comcast Technology Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Giuliani used the event to promote the "Big Lie" that the 2020 general election was stolen and the firm's location–between a crematorium and a sex shop–seemed befitting, so much so that the firm received a huge boost in publicity and has repeatedly leaned into the memes about one of the weirder moments of the 2020 presidential election.

This year, Four Seasons Total Landscaping "dressed" up as... the Four Seasons Hotel.

The firm took to Twitter to share a picture of its garage door edited to display the logo of the famous hotel chain.

The picture soon took social media by storm—and left millions laughing.









This isn't the first time Four Seasons Total Landscaping has trolled Trump and Giuliani.

The firm sells merchandise referencing the incident, including stickers, mugs, shirts and hoodies.

It also mocked Giuliani after the FBI raided his apartment back in April, writing that they'd "kicked him out months ago."


Giuliani's home was raided by federal agents as part of an investigation into his business dealings with Ukraine.

He has said the agents were "professional" but were not interested in three hard drives he claimed belonged to Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden.

Conspiracy theories about Hunter Biden's business dealings have been a favorite in conservative circles for some time.

Last year, a New York Post investigation published emails suggesting Hunter Biden introduced his father to an executive with Burisma Holding—a Ukrainian gas firm—in 2015. The Post is owned by Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch.

The story received criticism for questionable fact checking.

Twitter's attempts to block the news outlet from sharing the story over inaccuracies received criticism from Republicans who accused the tech giant of censoring conservative voices.