For over a year, the Democrats, the liberal media, and even the Biden administration waged a full-on assault, not on an opposing nation but a single teenager named Kyle Rittenhouse.

Although in America, a person is innocent until proven guilty, the media went ahead and sealed Rittenhouse’s fate by labeling him a MAGA fanatic and domestic terrorist. It was President Joe Biden himself who suggested Rittenhouse was even a white supremacist.

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But in the end, the justice system prevailed, and Rittenhouse was found not guilty. Now, that teenager is speaking out for the first time, and he has some words for Biden. 

Speaking to Fox News’s Tucker Carlson, Rittenhouse doesn’t hold back when expressing the weight of everything he went through. The night of the shooting, the trial, the constant attack from the media. Remember, this is a teenager being bullied by the entire arm of the liberal media, including the Biden administration.

While Rittenhouse wouldn’t admit to a defamation lawsuit, he did express how President Biden tarnished his image by suggesting he was part of such a heinous movement. 

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In the video above, Rittenhouse doesn’t harbor hate or anger as he addresses the events that led to him sitting in front of Carlson. For the first time, he did have some words for Biden, though, he said, “Mr. President, if I could 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. That’s not a small thing to be called that. It’s actual malice, defaming my character for him to say something like that.”

And Although Rittenhouse might not have said it outright, by adding in the “defaming my character,” it’s apparent that a defamation lawsuit isn’t far off. 

You can watch the full interview below.

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