His official website, which contains his announcement video, featured an image of a skyline at the top of the page.
The problem is that the skyline was Pittsburgh.
The image depicted a view from Pittsburgh’s Roberto Clemente bridge.
Several hours after being asked about the apparent error, the website had been updated, and the skyline replaced.
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