Biden has declined to offer his own list of prospective Supreme Court nominees, but he's said repeatedly that he supports Roe v. Wade's finding that the Constitution establishes a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy.
He's endorsed calls for Congress to codify that right, a move that would keep abortion legal statutorily even if the court struck down the constitutional protections.
A practicing Catholic, Biden talked publicly for years of his personal struggle over abortion as a moral issue.
The Democratic presidential nominee cited that as a reason he supported the Hyde Amendment ban on federal taxpayer funding for abortion services.
But he reversed that position early in his 2020 campaign after coming under pressure from women's groups and Democratic activists.
Biden said he wasn't bowing to pressure but instead argued that Republican legislatures around the country had restricted abortion access to the point that the Hyde Amendment had become an untenable barrier for poor or working-class women to access a constitutional right.
Trump vs Biden Policies 2020: Trade
President Donald Trump views the signing of two major trade deals — an updated pact with Mexico and Canada and Phase 1 of a China agreement — as signature achievements of his presidency.