How to Watch, Livestream Trump Campaign Press Conference With Rudy Giuliani, Eric Trump, Lara Trump and More

President Donald Trump's re-election campaign announced that it will hold a press conference in Philadelphia on Wednesday featuring several prominent members of Trump's family and campaign team.

It announced the event just before 2 p.m. ET Wednesday in an email to reporters. The press conference will take place at the corner of Arch Street and North 12th Street at 3:30 p.m., according to the email. (Update: The conference appears to have been delayed.) The message did not include details about how to tune in, but Trump's campaign typically livestreams its events to its YouTube page and Twitter feed.

The press conference will feature the president's son Eric Trump, former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and two Trump campaign senior advisers, Lara Trump and Corey Lewandowski.

Giuliani tweeted around 2 p.m. that he was "en route to Philadelphia with legal team," adding simply "massive cheating." Giuliani tweeted several times on Wednesday about voting in Pennsylvania, arguing that Trump is "up by about 550,000" votes with 75 percent of ballots counted. "Will not let Philly Democrat hacks steal it!" Giuliani wrote.

According to the Associated Press, Trump leads Democratic candidate Joe Biden by just under 500,000 votes. The AP noted that only 64 percent of the state has reported votes, and Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar told NPR on Tuesday that the remaining absentee and mail-in ballots had yet to be counted, a process that could take several days.

Trump and his campaign associates have made several baseless claims about voter fraud and mail-in ballots, arguing that Democratic Party officials are conspiring to take away the president's lead in the remaining states.

Twitter has flagged at least five of Trump's post-election tweets as being false or misleading. One of those included an attack on Pennsylvania, with the president claiming, "They are working hard to make up 500,000 vote advantage in Pennsylvania disappear—ASAP."

The state is particularly contentious because it could prove to be the key to the White House for either Trump or Biden, as the race remains neck-and-neck. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday the state could accept mail-in ballots received up to three days after Election Day, a move Trump has threatened with legal action.

"The Supreme Court decision on voting in Pennsylvania is a VERY dangerous one," Trump tweeted Monday. "It will allow rampant and unchecked cheating and will undermine our entire systems of laws. It will also induce violence in the streets. Something must be done!"

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President Donald Trump gestures in the White House early on November 4, 2020. MANDEL NGAN / AFP/Getty