Joe Biden would steer America out of the coronavirus crisis
Donald Trump has failed to take the coronavirus seriously, resulting in tens of thousands of avoidable deaths. Biden will put an end to this, having already committed to prioritising overcoming the virus when he is elected.
Joe Biden would solve the social problems created by Trump's Presidency
American social tensions have escalated in the past four years. Despite the treatment of African Americans now under scrutiny in much of America, Trump's government has done little more than stoke anger. Finding ways to deal with these issues is at the forefront of Joe Biden's agenda.
Unlike the incumbent, Biden has promised to uphold LGBTQ+ rights by denouncing Russia and Brunei's attacks on gay people. He also denounced Trump's decision to exclude transgender people from serving in the military.
Biden has several accusations from women about sexual misconduct and inappropriate behavior with him. He has one allegation of sexual assault against him. While he owned up to his actions, he refused to apologize for any of them.
Biden authored the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, which hurt minority and low-income communities due to over-policing. He also strongly opposed race-integration busing in the mid-'70s.