What 'Unprecedented' Trailer Reveals About Donald Trump's Family

The trailer for Alex Holder's three-part docuseries Unprecedented, which details Donald Trump and his family during the 2020 presidential campaign and after the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol, has emerged.

The documentary trailer, which is due to be broadcast on Discovery+ sometime in the summer, was obtained by Politico.

While not detailing too much, the Unprecedented trailer does show how much access Holder had around the Trump family during the final stages of the 2020 campaign and prior to the Capitol riot.

The footage shows members of the Trump family—the former president, Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Jared Kushner—in outtakes as they are setting up for interviews.

The trailer also shows clips from Trump rallies across the country during the final few weeks of the campaign, including one where Trump Jr. states "we will make liberals cry again."

The president's eldest son made a similar remark on the eve of Election Day in November 2020 at a rally in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Elsewhere, Ivanka Trump is heard describing "the business" of being on the campaign trail with her family as one where you "have to be in it for the right reasons."

Eric Trump is seen speaking on the phone and saying, "For the sake of this country, we're going to get these guys," although the context of the conversation, or who he is talking to, is not known.

Other brief snippets of the interviews show Kushner describing Trump as an "unconventional person," and Trump Jr. saying of his father that "he believes everything that he is doing is right."

The trailer also shows footage from the January 6 protest in which Trump can be heard saying, "Let's all walk down Pennsylvania Avenue," as well as the subsequent rioting at the Capitol.

In one section, a Trump supporter can be seen yelling into the camera "We've got to get the roaches out, all of them," and a second shouting "This is my house" amid the disorder.

The trailer ends with Trump's voice faintly saying "Do you miss me yet?" over the title screen.

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In this file photo, Donald Trump greets his daughter Ivanka Trump and son Donald Trump Jr. during a "Keep America Great" rally at Southern New Hampshire University Arena on February 10, 2020 in Manchester, New Hampshire. A trailer for Alex Holder’s 'Unprecedented' documentary on the Trump campaign trail and the January 6 attack has emerged. Drew Angerer/Getty Images

The House select committee investigating the events surrounding the January 6 Capitol attack subpoenaed Holder to hand over all footage related to Unprecedented as part of the inquiry.

"When we began this project in September 2020, we could have never predicted that our work would one day be subpoenaed by Congress," Holder said in a June 21 statement.

"As a British filmmaker, I had no agenda coming into this. We simply wanted to better understand who the Trumps were and what motivated them to hold onto power so desperately. We have dutifully handed over all the materials the Committee has asked for and we are fully cooperating."

CNN previously obtained footage from Unprecedented showing Holder interviewing Trump at his Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida in March 2021 about the insurrection.

"It was a sad day, but it was a day where there was great anger in our country," Trump said.

"People went to Washington primarily because they were angry with an election that they think was rigged. A very small portion, as you know, went down to the Capitol, and then a very small portion of them went in.

"But I will tell you, they were angry from the standpoint of what happened in the election. And because they're smart, and they see and they saw what happened, and I believe that that was a big part of what happened on January 6."