Four Seasons Total Landscaping mock Rudy Giuliani after the FBI raided his apartment

Four Seasons Total Landscaping mock Rudy Giuliani after the FBI raided his apartment

Four Seasons Total Landscaping are making headlines again for trolling Rudy Giuliani in a tweet, after the FBI raided his apartment.

On Wednesday, investigators carried out a search warrant of Giuliani’s apartment, confiscating several of his electronic devices for their investigation into his alleged violations of U.S. lobbying laws.

The former personal attorney of Donald Trump responded to the search via his attorney, Robert Costello who condemned it as “legal thuggery” and that he was “too important” to be raided.

Meanwhile, the landscaping business in Philadelphia that earned viral fame after the 2020 US Election were able to see the funny side of these reports.

In a tweet they responded to the news: “Wrong apartment. We kicked him out months ago.”

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The tweet also included a photo of their building in Philadelphia with FBI officers photoshopped into the image.

The savage response has now gained 52,000 likes, 10,000 retweets and over a thousand comments from people who praised the joke - including Conservative lawyer and Trump critic, George Conway who is also married to Trump’s former counsellor Kellyanne Conway.

Four Seasons Total Landscaping was suddenly thrust into the public eye last year following the 2020 presidential election.

After claims of election fraud, Trump announced there would be a “big press conference” at the “Four Seasons” on Saturday morning.

But it was not the Four Seasons everyone was expecting.

With the luxury hotel itself tweeting: “To clarify, President Trump’s press conference will NOT be held at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia.

“It will be held at Four Seasons Total Landscaping — no relation with the hotel.”

Four Seasons Total Landscaping is located in an industrial estate next to Delaware Valley Cremation Center and Fantasy Island Adult Books.

The company have since capitalised on their internet fame through selling merchandise, including a “Lawn & Order” mask that plays on the former president’s frequently used phrase “law and order” for $10 and ‘Make America Rake Again’ stickers for $5, a play on Trump’s political slogan “Make America Great Again.

Giuliani may be regretting that infamous press conference right now...

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