Biden Says Trump Is Responsible for His COVID Diagnosis

Though he had taken a softer tone after President Donald Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis — until the president left the hospital on Monday night, saying people must "learn to live" with it — Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden didn't mince words during an NBC News town hall.

"Anybody who contracts the virus by essentially saying, 'Masks don't matter, social distancing doesn't matter,' I think is responsible for what happens to them," Biden, 77, said of Trump, 74, during the event, broadcast from Miami.