The Democratic presidential candidate said that he trusts "the American people to make that decision for themselves."
"This is why it's so important to have a president who isn't a typical politician," the senior White House counselor said.
"Brett Kavanaugh should start suing people for libel, or the Justice Department should come to his rescue," Trump tweeted on Sunday.
"Such [American] comments and measures are more akin to the plots hatched by secret and intelligence services for damaging the image of a state to prepare the ground for a series of [hostile] measures," the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
According to the DNC requirements, the representative from Hawaii didn't meet the 2 percent threshold in enough polls to make the cut.
Biden, 76, had three children with his first wife Neila Hunter and one with his second wife, Jill Biden.
"You know, maybe the CEO of Bank of America should've gotten in more trouble instead of [getting] a bonus," Charles Payne said.
The Trump administration is reportedly blocking citizens of the Bahamas from being granted temporary protective status following the devastation of Hurricane Dorian.
"What does it say that the conservatives are nicer to me?" the Democratic presidential candidate asked.
"Mitch McConnell should not be contracting the Senate's decisions out to the White House," Senator Chris Van Hollen said.
"It is great news for America," the right-wing host said of Trump's national security advisor's ouster.
"It's perhaps not the best way to find your next cabinet," Alisyn Camerota, who previously worked for Fox News, said.
"I did not expect to discover that he had been talking about her this often," Matt Gertz of Media Matters for America told Newsweek. "I'm still stunned by these results."
"I definitely don't need this sh--storm, so dear friends: I'm deleting this video so as not to prolong this wave of negativity," Russian rapper Timati wrote.
"It's hopeless. It makes no sense at all," the former Republican Speaker of the House said in an interview with Fox News.
The Democratic presidential candidate argued that Republicans and Democrats "should facilitate the process of Democracy [but] not in any way dictate the process."
"For socialism to rise and really take root, they've got to get rid of religious liberty," Todd Starnes claimed. "They've got to take away the foundation of this country."
Representative Jamie Raskin explained that the emoluments clause forbids the president from receiving any additional money from the government beyond his personal salary.
"It's an awfully anti-Democratic process that's being suggested by the party," former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford said.
"It reveals that there is no process in this administration, there is no serious policymaking process," former CIA Director John Brennan said.
"Such statements written or uttered WILL NOT be tolerated," school officials said in a message to parents. "School safety above everything else is our NUMBER ONE priority."
"The less you believe real reporting, the more you might fall for his [Trump's] unreality," Brian Stelter warned.
"The president has called himself the 'King of Debt,' has a familiarity and comfort level with debt that I think is ultimately leading us in the wrong direction," Sanford said.
About half of the deceased were 75 or older.
"I'd expected to see slowing down of the clock, but not a reversal," geneticist Steve Horvath said. "That felt kind of futuristic."
"No, I'm not happy," President Donald Trump asserted. "I'm not happy with Fox."
The retired general also said a May tweet from Trump about North Korea and Joe Biden was "counterproductive and beneath the dignity of the presidency."
"No new wall has been built, none," Morning Joe host and former GOP Congressman Joe Scarborough pointed out.
Representative Madeleine Dean argued that officials should be expected to "avoid even the appearance of impropriety."
"They would appear when they are needed to strike a tough blow to the enemy," General Mohammad Hossein Dadras warned.