Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday likened President Trump to former Alabama Gov. George Wallace, a vocal adversary of the Civil Rights movement and supporter of segregation.

“Trump and Republicans settle on fear and falsehoods as a midterm strategy,” Biden said during a rally at Cheyenne Saloon in Orlando, Fla., CNN reported. "No president has ever led by fear. Not Lincoln. Not Roosevelt. Not Kennedy. Not Reagan. This president is more like George Wallace than George Washington.”

Biden said, on the other hand, the Democrats are running on hope and unity instead of fear and division.

"We have to choose a brighter future for Americans over this desperate grip of the darkest elements of our past in our society,” Biden said.

Many have publicly urged the former vice president to run for president in 2020, but Biden has not said whether or not he has plans to make a run for the White House at any point.

Biden also castigated Trump on Monday for his response to the caravan of thousands of migrants making its way to the U.S.-Mexico border.

"The caravan is 2,000 miles away. He's making it sound like they're breaking through the border. This is hysteria on his part," Biden told CNN after a rally in Jacksonville, Fla., Monday.

Last week, the first parts of the caravan reached the Guatemala-Mexico border and tore down barrier fences and charged into Mexico.

Trump blames caravans and the inflow of illegal immigrants into the U.S. on Democrats, accusing them of being lax on border security and immigration policy.