New January 6th Trump documentary footage revealed
POLITICO has obtained an "unprecedented" trailer for Alex Holder, one of the footage that the filmmaker exclusively handed over to the House Commission on January 6th.
POLITICO Alex Holder's"Unprecedented", exclusive to the trailer for the upcoming Discovery + documentary of the British filmmaker about the Trump family.
The trailer for more than two minutes was included in the video time that the holder handed over to the House Commission on January 6 under the subpoena. Holder testified to the Commission on June 23 in a closed room.
The new video is from the former president and him. Emphasizes the filmmaker's unique access to the family, including invisible footage of Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump, and Jared Kushner. Their sit-in interview.
Clip of the interview with Eric and Ivanka is from a holder interview with Trumpandformer Vice President Mike Pence. Thedescribed in the outtake has been published. However, the trailer is the first to get a glimpse of the range of access to the Trump family of holders.
Ivanka frets the line of the dress and she jokes about covering it with a roaming pet. "Can I borrow your dog?" She asks the makeup artist. Kushner nervously repositions his tie and asks, "Are you okay?" Seen at the rally, Don Jr. shouts, "Let's make the liberals cry again!" Eric mysteriously answered the phone, "For this country, we will take these people."
Quickcut is set to Vivaldi, dotted with a series of text-only shots describing the movie increase. A three-part documentary event ... Exclusive access ... To the most controversial family in the world ... It's easy to gain power ... It's not easy to give it up.
It's all built by January 6th, Vivaldi suddenly stops and you'll see a wide shot of Trump at the "Stop the Steal" rally in Washington. "Let's walk Pennsylvania Avenue together," he tells the crowd.
Later, the holder's cameraman joined the crowd as he marched through the Capitol. "We have to get rid of all the cockroaches," the protesters shout straight at the camera as they appear to be moving towards Congress. Next is a montage of the scene from the front line when a rioter broke through the Capitol and the riot-equipped police were attacked.
As Vivaldi fades and the movie title appears, you can hear Trump's faint voice from a distance. "Do you miss me anymore?"