Former Vice President Joe Biden criticized President Trump's leadership on the world stage in remarks on Monday, but didn't comment on his own plans for the 2020 presidential race. Biden sat down with the president of the University of Pennsylvania as part of a wide-ranging discussion as the political world awaits his decision about running.
Biden said Vice President Mike Pence's recentat a global security conference in Munich was an indication that "the United States cannot be counted on any longer" under President Trump's leadership. The event was held at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
The former vice presidentafter Pence, where he said the U.S. should not turn its back on its closest allies and should work to advance democracy, the rule of law and a free press. Biden told the international body that the America he sees "stands up to the aggression of dictators and against strongmen who rule by coercion, corruption and violence."