Rittenhouse Wants ‘Conversation’ With Biden Over ‘White Supremacist’ Suggestion

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Kyle Rittenhouse said he wants a showdown with President Biden to put him right for branding the teen a “white supremacist.”

The 18-year-old cleared Kenosha gunman was asked by conservative commentator Glenn Beck in a nearly hour-long interview if the commander-in-chief had ever called him “to apologize.”

“He hasn’t,” Rittenhouse told Beck in his show on The Blaze.

“I would like to sit down with the president and have a conversation with him and tell him the facts of what happened,” insisted the teen.

Biden had used a photo of Rittenhouse brandishing the AR-15 he used to defend himself at Wisconsin Black Lives Matter riots in August last year in a presidential campaign push the following month.

“There’s no other way to put it: the President of the United States refused to disavow white supremacists on the debate stage last night,” he wrote, referring to rival Donald Trump.

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