Trump defended the 17-year-old who protested the shooting of two people at the scene: if he did not shoot, he might die

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 Trump defended the 17-year-old who protested the shooting of two people at the scene: if he did not shoot, he might die


On August 23, local time, police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, shot an African American man seven times in the back, seriously injuring him. The incident led to a large-scale demonstration. On the 25th, two people were killed and one was injured when gunfire broke out again during the protest. Seventeen year old Rittenhouse was arrested on suspicion of first-degree intentional homicide. U.S. media later exposed more information about the shooter, saying that he had participated in Trumps campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 30 and stood in the front row. Rittenhouse, a white police admirer, posted a large amount of support for police law enforcement and Trumps activities on social media. In addition, Rittenhouse also uploaded photos of him holding an assault rifle.

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