President Trump defended his attacks on presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s faith during a news conference on Monday evening, saying that “a man of deep religion” would not agree with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on policy. The president also said Monday that his nomination acceptance speech, a week after the Democrats’ convention, will happen either at Gettysburg, Pa. — the site of the bloodiest battle of the Civil War — or the White House, an idea that has gotten some pushback from critics who argue that such a move would blur the lines between official and campaign activities.

Biden is expected to name his running mate this week, ahead of his nominating convention that starts Aug. 17, and pressure on him to pick a Black woman continues.

Here are some significant developments: