"This is no time for incendiary tweets. It's no time to encourage violence," Biden said, referring to Trump.
A Biden administration would "fully enforce" the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, "including sanctions on officials, financial institutions, companies and individuals,"
"There are moments in our history so grim, so heart-rending, that they're forever fixed in each of our hearts as shared grief. Today is one of those moments."
“I do not see a US partner arriving now that is capable of stopping [Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu."
Biden called Trump's behavior "macho stuff" and falsely masculine actions that were costing people's lives.
Biden has never minced words in denouncing the tendencies of the current occupant of the White House to condone and foment antisemitism and racism.
Biden said on the the US broadcaster Fox News to an African-American co-host that ‘If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain't black.'
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs voted 8-6 in favor of the subpoena for documents related to work Biden did for Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
In one direction, it sounds like Biden will offer Iran a return to the May 2018 status quo as long as Tehran promises to engage in negotiations to add to the 2015 nuclear deal.
Biden also criticized Trump for the latter's calls to reopen the country in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.