Trump vs. Biden: Comparing their policies on race, immigration, climate and more
A look at where President Trump and Joe Biden stand on key issues in the 2020 election, including immigration, racial justice, climate and healthcare.
There are 10 stories.
President Trump has a hard-line position on policing. Joe Biden urges reforms to limit the use of force but rejects calls to ‘defund’ the police.
In foreign policy, Joe Biden would dismantle President Trump’s actions, while the incumbent would stay his unpredictable course.
Where President Trump and Joe Biden stand on immigration policy, including DACA, refugees, asylum seekers, pathways to citizenship and deportations.
Trump’s and Biden’s reactions to racial injustice and protests illuminate how they approached the issue of race throughout their political careers.
Trump and Biden hold radically different views on environmental policy and climate change. Here’s what voters can expect from the next president.
President Trump stresses plans to keep low-income housing out of the suburbs, as Joe Biden offers array of plans to relieve homelessness.
Trump and Biden diverge on the coronavirus pandemic, Obamacare, Medicare and Medicaid, abortion rights, and how to rein in prescription drug prices.
School reopenings amid the coronavirus crisis have put education policy in the spotlight, but that’s just one area where Trump and Biden disagree.
Trump’s approach on trade has been unilateral and with lots of tariffs. Biden wants to rally allies to take on China’s trade abuses.
President Trump and Joe Biden couldn’t be further apart on gun policy. One says he ‘saved the 2nd Amendment,’ the other pushes for gun control measures.