The injustice to which Rittenhouse has been subjected persists in political persecution and perhaps still further legal prosecution.
Questions have been raised as to whether Rittenhouse has a case against the president over a September 2020 tweet linking him to white supremacy.
ASU had previously confirmed that the 18-year-old was enrolled as a non-degree-seeking online student.
"I was part of the Yang Gang," Rittenhouse said when asked by Fox News host Tucker Carlson about his pre-Kenosha political leanings.
"We are celebrating the life that Kyle Rittenhouse now gets to live because he was able to defend himself without being penalized for it," the store said.
The bill says Rittenhouse protected "the community of Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a Black Lives Matter (BLM) riot on August 25, 2020."
"If he didn't break the law, we should change the law," Colbert said on "The Late Show."
The Colorado representative made the comment about her Republican colleague after both lawmakers said they wanted to offer an internship to Kyle Rittenhouse.
Rittenhouse was seen drinking with members of the far-right group while wearing a "free as f**k" t-shirt on January 5.
Conspiracy theorists now believe the teenager, who was acquitted over the Kenosha shootings last Friday, is being manipulated by the "deep state."
Rittenhouse said his family took issue with the controversial attorney pushing conspiracy theories and "how he thinks he's God."
Donald Trump claimed that Rittenhouse has been a victim of prosecutorial misconduct in the trial that concluded last week.
Psaki sparred with Fox News reporter Peter Doocy during a White House press briefing.
We should all be able to unite over a simple message: Rittenhouse got justice. Let's make sure Black men do, too.
Rather than a metaphor or a microcosm for America's present divisions, the trial highlighted the longstanding benefits of our political system.
Kyle Rittenhouse said he and his lawyers are looking into those who have "defamed" him and called him a white supremacist.
Chrystul Kizer was 17 when she was charged in the killing of a man in Kenosha, Wisconsin, who was under investigation for child sex trafficking.
The 18-year-old condemned his former attorneys during an interview with Tucker Carlson.
Rittenhouse said he supports the Black Lives Matter movement in his first television interview since his acquittal.
"Mr. President, if I can say one thing to you, I would urge you to go back and watch the trial and understand the facts before you make a statement." Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
Democratic Party of DuPage County called the social media director's tweets "callous" and "reprehensible."
One white supremacist said: "Literal National Socialists are celebrating your failure. We hope that eats away at you for a long time. Hail Rittenhouse."
Kyle Rittenhouse said he supports Black Lives Matter, a movement largely opposed by registered Republicans.
"We just do security for different groups. We're doing a favor for them," said Erick Jordan, who carried rifles to protect protesters with his daughter Jade.
Norfolk Lieutenant William Kelly was fired in April for donating $25 to fund the legal fees for Kyle Rittenhouse.
A heroic jury followed actual facts, refusing to be sideswiped by a sociopolitical mob.
Wendy Rittenhouse said her son just wants to be a "normal kid" and go to school, but acknowledged that it is going to be "different for him."
"I'm not a racist person. I support the BLM movement. I support peacefully demonstrating," Rittenhouse said during his first TV appearance since his acquittal.
"If I had a different opinion and I donated to a fund for the victims and made comments about how Mr. Rittenhouse was a murderer, nobody would have cared or tried to get me fired," said William Kelly.
You've convinced me I was wrong to have ever believed otherwise. Let us all carry guns.