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Jan. 6 Documentarian Maintains That Trumps ‘Were Not Granted Any Editorial Control Over the Series’

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Sasha Urban editorIn response to a CNN report that “Trump’s allies” were promised editorial control over Alex Holder’s Jan.

6 documentary “Insurrection,” the British filmmaker released two statements — via his legal counsel Russell Smith — saying that “the Trumps did not request, and were not granted, any editorial control over the series.”“To the contrary, Alex Holder said at the outset that he would have full editorial control,” the statement reads. “The Trumps also did not request any contractual right of control, or even review, so there is none.”The statement was released shortly after Holder completed a closed-door deposition in front of the Jan.

6 House committee, which subpoenaed footage from the documentary as part of the ongoing investigation into the events surrounding that day.

In a social media post Wednesday, Holder said he “complied with a congressional subpoena to turn over footage captured during his work on a documentary series surrounding the final six weeks of President Trump’s re-election campaign, as well as never-before-seen footage of the Jan.

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