The former president's 768-page memoir, "A Promised Land," is slated for release in November.
Exactly one year ago, the former vice president tweeted concerns that the U.S. was not prepared to handle a global pandemic.
"It won't be so exhausting, just having a normal president," former President Barack Obama told a Florida crowd.
The final presidential debate of the election season gave late night hosts like Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon a lot to laugh about.
Both presidential candidates have built massive legal operations readying for a bitterly disputed race that may land at the Supreme Court.
The former president gives the right-wing network a scathing reminder of its own hypocrisy.
“It's ‘hope and change’ versus ‘grope and strange,'" said "The Late Show" comedian.
The former president said his successor emboldens people to be cruel, divisive and racist.
“We literally left the White House a pandemic playbook,” the former president said.
Viewers were reminded of the former president's warmth in the film, which premiered Friday.