"The disappointing verdict is sure to embolden militant people who seek to take the law into their own hands," the Wisconsin State Journal's editorial board wrote.
Mark Richards said the pro-Trump attorney would "probably sue me," noting they went head to head earlier in the trial.
Attorney Mark Richards told CNN's Chris Cuomo "I'm old enough when I remember you couldn't carry a gun."
The president has called on Americans to "express their views peacefully" following Rittenhouse acquittal.
Prior to the not guilty verdict, Rittenhouse maintained his innocence and claimed that he was acting in self-defense.
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers called upon those who want to protest the verdict to "please only do so safely and peacefully."
Following the verdict acquitting Rittenhouse, Mark Richards called parts of Binger's closing arguments "garbage."
The president said he stands by the jury's decision after Rittenhouse was cleared of all charges, including intentional homicide.
Here's what Friday's verdict means for Rittenhouse in terms of legal matters going forward.
Now that the Wisconsin teen has been acquitted by a jury, some people have already started wondering what his future may hold.
Rittenhouse, who had pleaded not guilty to all five felony counts, was acquitted on every charge.
"The natural issue is that it will precipitate armchair research and table discussion," said Tom Grieve, a Milwaukee lawyer not involved in the case.
Convicted killer asked Wisconsin Supreme Court to review failure to disclose evidence, destruction of bone fragments and ineffective assistance of counsel.
The jury requested to re-watch a video presented by the prosecution, which sparked a fresh bid from Rittenhouse's attorneys for a mistrial.
Judge Bruce Schroeder said ever since he tried a case with "bad optics" around picking which jurors would deliberate, he has had the "almost universal policy."
Thousands of people have been sharing a comment by the "Daily Show" host in August 2020. Noah said: "Nobody drives into a city with guns because they love someone else's business that much."
The jury ended its fourth day of deliberations in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial with a not guilty verdict. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
The jury is currently deliberating whether or not to acquit 18-year-old Rittenhouse in the August 25, 2020 shootings that left two dead and one injured.
The 12-member jury, selected by Kyle Rittenhouse, started deliberation Tuesday to decide if he is guilty or innocent for killing two people and injuring one.
Attorney V. James DeSimone said the prosecution "scored major points" by saying that Rittenhouse didn't need to fire at Joseph Rosenbaum four times if acting in self-defense.
The pilot called a sister-in-law shortly beforehand, telling her to go outside while he flew over her home.
"Other people in this community have been shot seven times and it was found to be ok," defense attorney Mark Richards said. "My client shot someone four times."
Prosecutor Thomas Binger argued that Rittenhouse could not claim he acted in self-defense "against a danger you create."
Governor Tony Evers previously mobilized 250 National Guard members after two nights of protests in Wisconsin that erupted after Blake's shooting incident.
The billionaire hedge fund manager says he believes the 18-year-old acted in self-defence, despite the businessman not being a "right winger."
Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder has been accused of making racist jokes and being biased towards the 18-year-old defendant.
The 18-year-old is accused of murder after killing two people during a Black Lives Matter protest in the highly divisive trial.
Drew Hernandez took the stand for the defense to state Kyle Rittenhouse was trying to fend off aggressors.