Biden called Trump 'weak' for refusing to condemn Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse before even found guilty

During the President’s press conference at the White House last night, Mr Trump called the situation ‘interesting’ and said he was ‘looking into it.’

However, Presidential Democrat nominee Joe Biden blasted Trump for his refusal “to even repudiate one of his supporters who is charged with murder.”

Biden Tweeted:

‘Tonight, President Trump declined to rebuke violence.

He wouldn’t even repudiate one of his supporters who is charged with murder.

He is too weak, too scared of the hatred he has stirred to put an end to it.’

Liberal journalist Aaron Rupar also tweeted saying Trump “defended” Rittenhouse.

And Democrat Senator Chris Murphy said that Rittenhouse was “charged with murder,” apparently oblivious to the difference between being charged and being found guilty in a court of law.

And Yamiche Alcindor of PBS news Tweeted:

‘President Trump is now saying Kyle Rittenhouse might have been killed if he didn’t shoot three people — killing two. He said the Trump administration is looking at the case.

That was quite a statement.

Some will no doubt see that as Trump justifying Rittenhouse’s actions.’

Rittenhouse, only 17, shot and killed two people and injured one during protests last week in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Videos show Rittenhouse defending businesses with legally owned firearms including rifles from violent protesters.

Images and videos show Rittenhouse being chased and falling to the floor and being assaulted before firing his rifle killing two people.

President Trump said at the press conference yesterday: “You saw the same tape as I saw and he was trying to get away from them, I guess, looks like. And he fell and then they very violently attacked him and it was something that we’re looking at right now, and it’s under investigation.”


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