WATCH: Colbert suggests “we should change the law” over the Rittenhouse verdict

Clearly unhappy with the verdict of the Rittenhouse case, Liberal late night talk show host Stephen Colbert quipped “If he didn’t break the law, we should change the law.”

“The big news on Friday was that after being accused of crossing state lines, killing two people and wounding another last year during a Black Lives Matter protest, Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on all counts,” Colbert said.

“Cards on the table, I am not a legal expert so I can’t tell you whether or not Kyle Rittenhouse broke the law. But I can tell you this, if he didn’t break the law we should change the law,” he added.

Last night Tucker Carlson asked Kyle Rittenhouse “What did you make of the president of the United States calling you a white supremacist?”

“It’s actual malice, defaming my character, for him to say something like that,” Rittenhouse responded.

“I have to have people with me because people want to kill me just because I defended myself,” Rittenhouse said.

Rittenhouse says during his time incarcerated “I didn’t have running water.”

“Seriously?” Tucker asked.

“I didn’t have running water. October 31st to November 20th I did not take a shower. I felt sick, I lost weight, my health was degrading. If I was in there or a month longer I probably would’ve been in a hospital,” he added.

Mollie Hemingway tweeted “This Kyle Rittenhouse interview is the biggest get in television. And the subject did not choose to speak with any of the corrupt corporate media outlets (who lied constantly about him). He went with Tucker. Biggest name in TV journalism.”