President Trump has not given up

Provided by Individuals Getty Images, Al Drago/Bloomberg Ivanka Trump attending a celebration on election night

Ivanka Trump told a documentary filmmaker a month after the election that her father, former President Donald Trump, should “continue to fight until every legal remedy is exhausted” while saying under oath that she “recognized” that he had lost the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden.

In video footage provided to the House Select Committee looking into the Capitol attack on January 6, 2021, by British filmmaker Alex Holder, who announced this week that he had been summoned by the panel, are Ivanka’s remarks.

According to the New York Times, Holder received the remarks from the president’s eldest daughter as he was interviewing people for a documentary about the last six weeks of Trump’s reelection campaign.

Ivanka reportedly remarked to Holder, per the Times, “I think that, as the president has stated, every single vote needs to be tallied and needs to be heard, and he campaigned for the voiceless.” And I believe that many Americans currently feel incredibly disenfranchised and seriously doubt the integrity of our elections, which is wrong and unacceptable.

Holder claimed in a statement published on Twitter that his video, which he claimed would be distributed as part of a three-part series, was made with “no agenda” and that he is working with the committee.

After receiving a congressional subpoena, I responded as follows: pic.twitter.com/LOY53rEynI June 21, 2022 — Alex Holder (@alexjholder)

“I came into this with no preconceived notions as a British filmmaker. We merely sought to learn more about the Trumps and what drove them to cling to power so tenaciously “Holder composed. “We have dutifully provided the Committee with all of the requested materials, and we are completely cooperating.”

Trump attacks Ivanka following her testimony on January 6 in the gallery (Daily Mail)

According to reports, Holder has approximately 11 hours of video that includes interviews with members of the Trump family (including Don Jr., Eric Trump, and Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner) conducted between September 2020, just before the election, and January 2021, when the administration left office. Holder reaffirmed in his statement that his testimony will be heard on Thursday.

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Ivanka’s remarks to Holder stand in stark contrast to her testimony before the U.S. House committee looking into the riots of January 6, 2021.

The committee played video of Ivanka’s pre-recorded testimony on day one of the public hearings, in which she stated that she “recognized” that the election results revealed her father had lost to Joe Biden.

She noted that the explanation came from Bill Barr, the former attorney general, who in his own testimony referred to Trump’s allegations of election fraud as “bulls—-.”

“My perspective was impacted. I respected Attorney General Barr, therefore I took his statement at face value “Ivanka gave evidence.

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Despite the fact that the election results are public, the former president has since denied that his daughter even knew what the results were.

“Ivanka Trump did not participate in reviewing or analyzing election results. I believe she was merely attempting to be respectful of Bill Barr and his role as Attorney General (he was terrible! ), since she had long before checked out “After the hearings were broadcast, Trump posted something on his social media channel, Truth Social.

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