Trump complains Biden 2020 win was ‘mathematically impossible’ in new documentary ‘Unprecedented’

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Donald Trump claimed Joe Biden’s 2020 victory was ‘mathematically impossible’ and raged about being banned from Twitter and Facebook in footage from the new documentary ‘Unprecedented.’

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The three-episode series was released through Discovery+ overnight on Sunday and follows the ex-president and his family during their controversial last few months in the White House.

‘I think I learned with the 2020 election, you have to be very untrusting,’ Trump said in the series’ third episode according to USA Today.

The documentary reportedly shows the former president suggesting the presidential race would be unfair weeks before it actually took place in November, and that he perpetuated that false claim for months after.

“It’s mathematically impossible for him to win the election,” Trump said of Biden.

British filmmaker Alex Holder was able to gain uniquely intimate access to the Trump family and then-Vice President Mike Pence during the making of his documentary, including sit-down interviews with the ex-president, Pence, and the three eldest Trump children.

The trio – Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump – all apparently refused to discuss the Capitol riot in those interviews following January 6.

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Two days after the US Capitol attack, however, Holder managed to get an on-camera reaction from Trump after his bans on Twitter and Facebook for inciting the rioters.

‘These people are thugs. I’m not a horrible person,’ Trump raged.

'Unprecedented' follows the Trump White House during its last few months and features in-person interviews with the former president and his family

'Unprecedented' follows the Trump White House during its last few months and features in-person interviews with the former president and his family

‘Unprecedented’ follows the Trump White House during its last few months and features in-person interviews with the former president and his family

His son Eric Trump told filmmaker Alex Holder in the documentary: 'I think my father will probably continue to be the most pivotal force in Republican Party history'

His son Eric Trump told filmmaker Alex Holder in the documentary: 'I think my father will probably continue to be the most pivotal force in Republican Party history'

His son Eric Trump told filmmaker Alex Holder in the documentary: ‘I think my father will probably continue to be the most pivotal force in Republican Party history’

House lawmakers investigating the January 6 Capitol attack are particularly interested in the interviews by Trump's oldest daughter Ivanka

House lawmakers investigating the January 6 Capitol attack are particularly interested in the interviews by Trump's oldest daughter Ivanka

House lawmakers investigating the January 6 Capitol attack are particularly interested in the interviews by Trump’s oldest daughter Ivanka

I have a big voice. I have a voice that had hundreds of millions of people listening.’

He added, ‘So it’s going to be adjudicated over a period of time. We’ll see how it turns out.’

But these days, Trump appears perfectly posting content on his own app called Truth Social. It was reported late last week that Trump was removed from the chairmanship of Truth Social’s parent company, Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), weeks before the company was subpoenaed over an investigation into its merger with the shadowy firm Digital World Acquisition Corp.

Facebook suspended Trump for two years in June 2021 and said it would reinstate him after that ‘if the risk to public safety has receded.’ Twitter suspended his account indefinitely.

The former president himself fumed Joe Biden's victory was 'impossible' during interviews between the election and the riot

The former president himself fumed Joe Biden's victory was 'impossible' during interviews between the election and the riot

The former president himself fumed Joe Biden’s victory was ‘impossible’ during interviews between the election and the riot

‘Unprecedented’ also shows the ex-president taking aim at the Supreme Court after justices rejected Pennsylvania Republicans’ bid to challenge the state’s election results.

In early December, the conservative-majority court turned down an attempt by Trump allies in the Pennsylvania legislature to stop Biden’s win. The Democrat’s razor-thin 1.2 percent margin of victory in the battleground state was critical to his clinching the White House.

Trump called the Supreme Court’s decision ‘a disgrace to our country.’

No dissents were recorded, including from the three justices whom Trump appointed to the court.

‘The Supreme Court let a lot of people down. The Supreme Court did not have the guts to make the right decision. They know what the right decision was,’ he said in the series’ third episode.

‘You still need a judge who has courage, and so far we haven’t found that judge.’

He also raged at other officials, particularly fellow Republicans, who refused to go along with claims the election was stolen.

For instance, Trump called Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger ‘a hard-headed rock.’

The former president is currently under investigation in Fulton County over a January phone call with Raffensperger, in which he pressured the GOP official to ‘find’ enough votes needed to overcome Biden’s slim lead.

'People went to Washington primarily because they were angry with an election that they thought was rigged.  A very small portion, as you know, went down to the Capitol, and then a very small portion of them went in,' Trump said of the violence on January 6

'People went to Washington primarily because they were angry with an election that they thought was rigged.  A very small portion, as you know, went down to the Capitol, and then a very small portion of them went in,' Trump said of the violence on January 6

‘People went to Washington primarily because they were angry with an election that they thought was rigged. A very small portion, as you know, went down to the Capitol, and then a very small portion of them went in,’ Trump said of the violence on January 6

All I want to do is signature verification. Signature verification and it’s a total win,’ Trump said to Holder.

And while his children refused to discuss January 6, a previously aired clip shows the former commander-in-chief appearing to excuse the day’s violent events because of ‘great anger’ over the election.

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

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

Holder’s footage was subpoenaed last month by the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.

Behind-the-scenes footage not shown in the Discovery+ documentary is expected to take center stage at the committee’s next two hearings.

The panel is holding its next public hearing on Tuesday, July 12.

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