‘I’m a little bit tired of being an actor’: Actor, filmmaker react to Trump video production studio

The video production company that produced the “Inauguration Day” video is a part of a new media business venture that includes a production company, according to the Associated Press.

The video studio, which specializes in high-profile events like the inauguration, is called Vantage Media.

The AP reports that the company has hired two former production employees to work as video production staffers, and that the firm has been producing videos since the start of the Trump administration.

The production company is also using its new platform to build its audience.

It plans to use the platform to create “infographics, videos, and other content,” according to a statement on the Vantage website.

It is not clear if the production company also has plans to produce videos for political ads.

The New York Times reports that Vantage, which is owned by a Chinese billionaire, is part of the “MediaTec Corporation,” a Chinese state-backed media conglomerate that was recently criticized by US lawmakers for blocking access to information from Chinese websites that it claims is critical of the Communist Party.

The company did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.

The Vantage videos have generated controversy among Trump supporters and some in the media.

The first video posted by Vantage was released on Jan. 20, a day after President Trump took office.

In that video, actor Kevin Bacon portrays a person on the phone with a man who claims to be a U.S. senator who has criticized Trump.

The senator says that the phone is being recorded and he is calling for a meeting with Trump.

Bacon plays a video that shows the person being recorded saying, “I’ll be happy to help you get your money back.”

The video also showed a man wearing a mask and holding a microphone talking to the person.

The mask was covered by a bandana and the man was wearing a dark blue sweater.

The other person onscreen is a man dressed as an actor.

In the video, the person on camera says, “You want to know what I call a Trump voter?

You have to be kidding me.

I can’t even get an appointment to the White House with a regular person.”

The person in the video is identified as Anthony Scaramucci.

Vantage’s president, Dan Haren, also tweeted that Trump’s video was “inaccurate and inappropriate.”

Trump’s first video, released Jan. 21, featured a protester holding a banner with the slogan, “Im with Trump,” and the words “RACIST, RAPIST, FASCIST.”

The protesters in the first video did not speak English, but were in a video posted on Jan 28, which showed the protesters shouting, “This is not about race, this is about justice.”

In response to the first “Trump video,” several media outlets including The New Yorker published stories about the video.

One New Yorker story called the video “disturbing.”

A New Yorker writer, Elizabeth D’Amico, said, “Trump has made a mockery of his own campaign, but his videos are the perfect example of how his own supporters, who were mostly white, were being led to believe that they could have their voices heard and that their voice would be heard in a manner that they did not want.”

The New Republic published an article titled “In the Whitehouse, there’s a new voice in the world.”

In the article, reporter James Fallows said, In his White House, there is a new sense of power and purpose, an opportunity to express and make clear who we are as a people, who are as human beings.

There’s a real sense of optimism in the White Houses of the first week, and there is something different and hopeful about the country.

That was the moment when we realized that there was an alternative and a new way of thinking that was possible and could be transformative.

There was an awakening that came from a lot of these people, from the protests, and the sense that this was the place to be.

The White House has had a lot more transparency in recent days as the Trump transition team has moved to make its transition into the WhiteHouse.

In a statement, the Trump team said, The administration continues to be transparent about the process it is using to vet potential Cabinet members, and we are in the process of vetting more than 300 individuals across various levels of government.

The Trump team has been working closely with the Office of Government Ethics, the federal ethics agency, since the beginning of the process, said a White House official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations.

In January, the White the President’s transition team hired a former White House ethics lawyer to work in the Office.

In July, the transition team began soliciting public comments on potential cabinet picks, including a series of online petitions that the White house said generated over 100,000 signatures.

The President’s administration is expected to submit a final report to the Senate and House of Representatives ethics committees