The Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 52 percent of likely voters said they would support Biden in the election, compared to the 40 percent who chose Trump.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley and Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron also made the president's list of potential nominees.
"Four more years! Four more years! Four more years!" the crowd can be heard yelling towards Biden and his escort. Several supporters can also be seen holding up Trump campaign signs as well as American flags.
The president's re-election campaign said it raised $210 million last month, but the Biden campaign's earnings topped $364 million.
New recordings reported by journalist Bob Woodward reveal Trump saying he "always" downplayed the seriousness of COVID-19.
Joe Biden blasted rival President Donald Trump during a speech in Michigan on Wednesday just hours after it was revealed that Trump admitted he initially tried to downplay the threat of the coronavirus that has now killed 190,000 Americans.
Despite his own admission, the White House claims Trump never downplayed the deadly coronavirus.
Recorded audio from a phone call in February revealed that President Donald Trump described COVID-19 as "more deadly" than the flu back in February.
Senator Lindsey Graham asked George W. Bush to speak with Trump about his handling of the pandemic, but Bush declined, the book says.
Woodward's forthcoming book includes the first-reported excerpts of letters Trump has exchanged with the North Korean leader.
Frank Luntz told the BBC that the president is "off in his language" on crime which might hand victory to his Democrats rival.
"We're going to charge a small fee at the border," President Donald Trump said of his bid to make Mexico pay for the border wall.
Election attorney Benjamin Ginsberg said voter fraud allegations from President Donald Trump and other Republicans are unfounded.
The former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told MSNBC that the U.S. president is not willing to stand up to his Russian counterpart.
The true proof of socialism's shortcomings comes by way of the lack of demand for it.
The ex-White House director of communications agreed with Trump's former personal lawyer's assessment of those who work with the president.
The president has been put forward for the award by a member of the Norwegian Parliament, who cited the commander-in-chief's role in establishing relations between Israel and the UAE.
Snowden has been in Russia since 2014, having fled to avoid prosecution for leaking a huge trove of classified documents detailing the National Security Agency's mass surveillance program.
Amid market turmoil, Maria Bartiromo, the anchor at Fox Business Network, talks stocks, politics and punk rock in a Q&A with Newsweek
Chris Coons is concerned at reports that the president wants to reconsider the U.S. relationship with the alliance.
The writer has said she and her attorney are ready to face the Justice Department after its move to defend President Donald Trump in a defamation lawsuit.
Google Trends' U.S. Elections in Search 2020 data suggests users are showing little interest in Howie Hawkins.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday asked to replace President Donald Trump's personal lawyers with government attorneys in the defamation lawsuit by E. Jean Carroll.
A new poll indicates 47 percent of U.S. voters approve of President Donald Trump, his highest rating in months, despite recent reports claiming Trump made a series of disparaging remarks about military members.
President Donald Trump said he will make the payroll tax cuts permanent if he wins re-election in the November election.
"This is a vaccine that we're going to have very soon," the president said. "By the end of the year. But much sooner than that perhaps."
A Cuban American in Miami compares Joe Biden's campaign policies to a "Trojan horse" of infiltrating America with "leftist policies and alliances."
"People don't like her," President Donald Trump said of Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris. "Nobody likes her."
Phase 3 trials for AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine candidate were paused Tuesday due to a "potentially unexplained illness in one of the trials."