Trump has raised unsubstantiated charges that Biden improperly tried to halt a Ukrainian probe of a company with ties to his son, and has said he wants Biden to testify in the impeachment trial.
"I think it was great".
"At this point, I see no reason he can not continue campaigning without limitation and, should he be elected, I am confident he has the mental and physical stamina to fully undertake the rigours of the U.S. presidential residency", Dr LeWinter said.
"I remember telling people and my liberal friends were saying, 'You can't expect them to know how to do that.' Anybody who can throw coal into a furnace can learn how to program for God's sake".
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders says it's too early to think about who he would choose as his running mate, but one thing is for certain: it is not going to be a Republican.
Biden's comments also come after Trump himself and congressional Republicans have spent months falsely accusing Biden of engaging in corruption by incorrectly claiming he called for the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor to protect his son Hunter.
Better education and access to education can fix that, Biden said.
During a campaign stop in New Hampshire, Biden was asked by a woman about the possibility that he could lead a bipartisan ticket if he is the nominee because he will need to "pull out all the stops", CNN reported.
On Saturday morning, after questions arose about Biden potentially putting himself above the law, he sought to clarify his answer to the hypothetical question in a series of tweets, writing in part: "I have always complied with a lawful order and in my eight years as VP..." This, after the Democratic candidate did not elaborate on how, if elected, his government would provide opportunities to blue-collar energy and mine workers to transition to high-paying jobs as the USA is pushed to move toward a green economy. In both May and November of this year, Biden said that the GOP would have "an epiphany" after Trump is gone and start working with Democrats again.
Most Democratic candidates this cycle have pushed for transitioning to other sources of energy, such as solar and wind, with varying views on how to do so.
"Donald Trump is being impeached for abuse of power and that's where our focus should be".