Former vice president Joe Biden said in an interview broadcast Thursday that President Trump "seems to have a love affair with autocrats", criticizing his posture toward Saudi leaders following the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
Former vice president Joe Biden speaks during a rally for Democratic Sen.
"I think it's up to the judgment of the people whether the person that holds that office in fact has the capacity to hold the office", Biden said.
During his interview with CBS This Morning, the 75-year-old said: 'I don't think there's a basis for doing that right now'.
"The Mueller investigation. The special counsel into influence in the 2016 election - do you believe that report should be issued before the midterms?" asked O'Donnell.
"I've been around a long time", he continued. You wait until it's finished. "You wait till it's finished, and let's see what it has to say".
The former VP - dubbed "Sleepy Joe" by the commander-in-chief - said he felt it would be wrong for Democrats to move forward with articles of impeachment, should they retake the House of Representatives in the midterm elections.
"I hope they don't. It's a legitimate question, and so I think age is relevant".
"And I'm not quite sure, I'm not sure quite sure I'm there yet", Biden reportedly added.
Biden, who is weighing a 2020 bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, said doubts he has harbored about the leadership of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have been confirmed in the past few weeks.