Trump Told Kyle Rittenhouse: ‘Be Yourself, Who Cares What Other People Think’

Kyle Rittenhouse has broken his silence about his meeting with President Donald Trump at his Mar a Lago club in Florida.

Rittenhouse described meeting Trump as “phenomenal” and revealed that the 45th president gave him some very good advice on how to deal with critics.

He recalled President Trump understood what it’s like to cope with a lot of negative attention, saying:

“He told me that he understands what it feels like to have a lot of people not like you, and then, ‘just stay truthful to yourself and be yourself. Who cares what other people think?’”

Rittenhouse also revealed that Joe Biden is dodging him after he challenged the Democrat president to sit down discussion with him.

“I was attacked,” Rittenhouse said of his self-defense shooting case.

“I was attacked and had to defend myself.

“I’m not a racist.

“I’m not a white supremacist.

“I’m not a domestic terrorist.

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“I’m not a murderer, and anybody who wants to sit down and have a conversation, I’m more than open.

“I reached out to Joe Biden several times.

“Crickets. Nothing.

“He still hasn’t replied.

“So it just shows how much of a man he is to not sit down and talk.”

The Media Accountability Project said:

“A candidate for the US presidency put his thumb on the scales of justice for political points by falsely claiming a US citizen was a white supremacist without a shred of evidence to support his claim.

“Make no mistake, @POTUS weaponizing his false allegations into a campaign ad was an egregious violation of Kyle’s due process rights.

“No American, let alone a 17 year-old, should be used as political cannon fire before having their day in court.

“It’s a very slippery slope.

“Thank God the justice system worked and Kyle was acquitted of all charges.

“@POTUS has refused to engage with the young man he lied about for his own political ambitions.

“Make no mistake, Biden and the people that excuse his behavior have normalized attacks on citizens’ due process rights in the name of political power.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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