Thursday, March 23, 2023
Thursday, March 23, 2023

    President Trump Says Kyle Rittenhouse ‘Probably Would’ve Been Killed’ Had He Not Brought Gun

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    President Trump said Kyle Rittenhouse could’ve died by outraged members of Antifa mixed in with peaceful protesters had he not brought a gun to defend himself, Your Content can report.

    “He was trying to get away from them, I guess … and he fell,” Trump claimed, citing videos of the Rittenhouse attack. “And then they very violently attacked him.”

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    “He was in very big trouble. He probably would’ve been killed, but it’s under investigation,” Trump said.

    “Your supporters shot and killed my supporter – not with paint – with a bullet. That is very disgraceful,” President Trump continued, pointing his response to a CNN reporter.

    “The entire city of Portland is ablaze the entire time.”

    President Trump chimed in on Kyle Rittenhouse case, saying ‘he fell and they violently attacked him.’

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