Biden's address revolved around a push for vaccination against COVID-19 and promised Americans they would see their "brightest future" under his leadership.
Frederick Douglass delivered his famous address on July 5, 1852. It has since been recited by actors including James Earl Jones and Ossie Davis.
"Judging by the Trump-supporting normies I live with, they were bored with his speech," wrote one QAnon user.
Twitter users have shared jokes, memes and comments mocking the president for using the term "Latinx."
Bryce Dershem said that school administrators forced him to take out all mentions of his queerness and eating disorder treatment during the speech editing process.
Paxton Smith replaced her approved graduation speech with a new one to express her views on the heartbeat bill.
John Cornyn of Texas said he might watch the speech on TV because "it sounds like Speaker Pelosi doesn't want us to attend."
Gaetz referenced allegations against him in a speech he gave at a Women for America First event on Friday night.
Addressing guests in a tuxedo on Saturday night, Trump launched into his predictable baseless claim the 2020 election had been stolen from him while taking aim at the Biden administration.
A viral TikTok video suggested the North Korean leader said he has a "good relationship" with Donald Trump and that "Biden is a coward."
Biden urged everyone to get vaccinated, noting further guidance will be issued on "what you can and cannot do once fully vaccinated" in the coming weeks.
Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Trump continued his baseless claim that the 2020 election had been stolen from him and alluded to a possible 2024 presidential run.
"Looking forward to the State of the Union address today," the Colorado GOP congresswoman said ahead of the former president's Sunday CPAC speech.
After calling for Newsom to be recalled, the former acting director of national intelligence ended his CPAC speech by seeming to hint at a gubernatorial run.
"The president of the United States sided with the insurrectionists. He celebrated their cause. He validated their attack," Cicilline said in reference to Trump's January 6 tweet about the Capitol riot.
"Even in dark times, we not only dream. We do. We not only see what has been. We see what can be. We shoot for the moon. And then we plant our flag on it," Harris said.
"I wish the new administration great luck and great success," said the outgoing president.
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."
Queen Elizabeth II will give her annual Christmas speech on Friday.
"Joe Biden had a hard time delivering his speech with a throat problem," tweeted conservative journalist Bill O'Reilly after Biden's televised address on Monday night.
President-elect Joe Biden said that his victory in the electoral college "represented a clear victory" in a Monday speech.
"It's time for our better angels to prevail. At our best, America is a beacon for the globe, we will lead not only by the example of our power, but by the power of our example," Biden said.
Cooper compared Trump to "an obese turtle on his back, flailing in the hot sun, realizing his time is over, but he just hasn't accepted it."
Obama's first live appearance in support of Biden's presidential campaign was full of stand-out moments.
Hollywood has been reacting to Obama's campaign speech in Philadelphia with everyone from Kathy Griffin to Kirstie Alley voicing praise and criticism.
During a recent speech, Masvidal said that playing "Despacito" wasn't enough for Biden to earn Latino voters' support.
The president said his "pro-police" campaign is necessary for Blacks and Latinos to feel safe in Democratic-run cities.
Censorship cannot reverse hate. Only more contact with Jews, deeper understanding of the Holocaust and Nazi ideology, and knowledge of Israel's ancient and modern history can change people's beliefs and behaviors.
"Joe Biden's agenda is made in China," President Donald Trump said Thursday. "My agenda is made in the U.S.A."
Vice President Mike Pence said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would be "nothing but a Trojan horse for the radical left" if elected.