• The trailer showed footage of Trump and his children preparing for interviews and participating in 2020 campaign rallies
  • Eric Trump was recorded telling someone 'we're going to get there guys'
  • The trailer also showed scenes of a mob of Trump supporters storming the Capitol

A new trailer for British filmmaker Alex Holder’s documentary, “Unprecedented,” dropped Tuesday, giving Americans new outtakes from unseen interviews with former President Donald Trump and his family.

In the trailer for the Discovery+ documentary created by Holder, Trump and his children Don Jr., Ivanka and Eric were shown preparing for on-camera interviews as well as participating in 2020 presidential campaign events.

Donald was seen trying to get the perfect shot by asking aides to move a glass of water nearby. Ivanka, the former president’s eldest daughter, was seen fretting about a line on her dress and joked about covering it with her makeup artist’s pet. Eric, who was on a phone call, was recorded telling someone: “For the sake of this country, we’re going to get these guys.” It wasn’t immediately clear who was on the call with Eric.

The trailer for the three-part docuseries about the 2020 presidential election also showed Don Jr. participating in a campaign rally and telling a crowd of Trump supporters that they will “make liberals cry again.” Jared Kushner, Ivanka’s husband, was caught repositioning his tie just before he was interviewed.

The trailer, which runs for nearly three minutes, also included footage taken from Trump’s “Sto [ the Steal” rally on the morning of the Jan. 6 riot as well as a montage of scenes showing the mob breaching the Capitol and attacking the police.

The trailer was included among the hours of footage that Holder submitted to the House Select Committee investigating the events that led to the Capitol riot in January 2021 after he was subpoenaed.

In a statement, Holder said he never imagined his film would one day be subpoenaed by Congress, adding that he made the documentary in hopes of understanding what motivated Trump to hold onto power despite knowing that Joe Biden won the 2020 election.

So far, the House Select Committee has shown two clips from the documentary. One footage showed Ivanka supporting her father’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election despite later testifying to the committee that she supported the Justice Department’s findings that there was no evidence of voter fraud.

In another footage, Eric was shown suggesting that violence from Trump supporters was only “fair game” because the election was “stolen.”

A release date for the documentary has not yet been announced.

Riot police push back a crowd of supporters of US President Donald Trump after they stormed the Capitol building on January 6, 2021
Riot police push back a crowd of supporters of US President Donald Trump after they stormed the Capitol building on January 6, 2021 AFP / ROBERTO SCHMIDT