Where Donald Trump and Joe Biden stand on healthcare, taxes, abortion, and other key issues
- Voting in the 2020 presidential election ends on November 3.
- Insider has created this interactive guide to show where Trump and Biden stand on 12 key policy areas.
With Election Day looming, the fight over the COVID-19 pandemic and the ways it's roiled the 2020 campaign have overshadowed some of the key policy differences between President
In the primary debates, Biden argued the merits of his agenda, like expanding access to healthcare and high-quality education. He also clashed with opponents who advocated for major progressive policies like Medicare for All and making public college free. While his plans don't feature some of the main flagship policies embraced by the left, it still is more liberal than former President Barack Obama's agenda.Trump, by contrast, had the Republican nomination locked up from the beginning. He spent much of 2020 dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and the criticism of his administration's response to it.
While the Republican party did pass landmark tax reform in 2017, Trump has not delivered on some of the key policy promises he built his 2016 campaign around, like repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, building a wall on the US Southern Border, and "draining" the Washington swamp (a sweeping New York Times investigation found that instead, the Trump Organization's properties have become hotbeds of influence-peddling by those who seek access to the administration).Insider created this interactive guide to show where Trump and Biden stand on 12 key policy areas:
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