During an interview aired on The Blaze this Monday, Kyle Rittenhouse acknowledged that he made poor choices on the night he traveled to Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the midst of riots and looting last year.
“Like, if I could go back, I wish I would never have had to take somebody’s life,” he said, adding that the fact that he killed two people and wounded another is “nothing to be congratulated about.”
“I defended myself and that’s what happened,” he said.
When asked about his decision to go to Kenosha, he expressed regret.
“Well, hindsight being 20/20, probably not the best idea to go down there,” he said.
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