.@JoeBiden is a man who learned to treat every person he meets with respect and dignity, living by the words his parents taught him: “No one’s better than you, Joe, but you’re better than nobody.” That empathy, that decency, the belief that everybody counts—that’s who Joe is. pic.twitter.com/RW8o39zQJL
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) September 2, 2020
Joe Biden says he has begun to prepare for the presidential debates by going over what Trump has said and "the multiple lies he's told."
He says he wishes the debates had live fact-checking chyrons.
"I'm looking forward to debating the president."
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) September 2, 2020
Biden on public health measures for Covid: "I talk about patriotism. Why do you wear a mask? To protect your neighbor. To keep someone else from getting sick … I call that patriotic. This is the USA. Every generation has made sacrifices to help others in moments of crises." pic.twitter.com/x5CSAVrF5g
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 2, 2020
Eighty-one Nobel Prize winners endorsed Joe Biden for president in an open letter on Wednesday, citing the former vice president's "willingness to listen to experts" and his "deep appreciation for using science to find solutions." https://t.co/oMjN7MbFVX
— CNN (@CNN) September 2, 2020
Joe Biden says he would use existing federal disaster law to direct funding to schools to help them reopen safely during the pandemic. The Democratic presidential nominee accused President Trump of ignoring the issue. https://t.co/OJWUY1QTuW
— The Associated Press (@AP) September 2, 2020