Former vice president Joe Biden wants the police officers involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake and Breonna Taylor charged. The Democratic presidential candidate revealed his thoughts about the two separate shooting incidents at a news conference in Wilmington on Wednesday.

During the conference, a reporter asked Joe Biden if he agreed with Kamala Harris that the officers involved in Blake and Taylor’s cases should be charged. “I think we should let the judicial system work its way,” he said. “I do think at a minimum, they need to be charged, the officers,” he added.

Biden did not specify what counts should be brought in the cases but he maintained that authorities should look into the incidents. He also mentioned the gunman who fatally shot a supporter of Donald Trump in Portland, Oregon last weekend, saying justice should be served for the victim.

“They should be investigated and it should follow through on what needs to be done,” he said. “Let the judicial system work. Let’s make sure justice is done,” he added.

29-year-old Blake was shot seven times by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Aug. 23, leaving him paralyzed. The Wisconsin Police and U.S. Department of Justice have yet to start investigating the incident and take action against the police officer involved in the shooting.

26-year-old Taylor, on the other hand, was shot dead in her home during a drug raid in Louisville, Kentucky on March 13. One of the police officers involved has already been fired while the two others have been placed on administrative leave.

Biden’s remarks came a day before his visit to Kenosha, where protests against police violence and brutality have been going on since Blake’s shooting. Biden revealed that there had been overwhelming requests for him to visit the city to address growing concerns over law enforcement shootings in the area. Biden will reportedly meet with Blake’s father and other family members during the visit.

Trump also visited Kenosha on Tuesday but refused to meet Blake’s family, citing plans to have lawyers attend with Blake’s relatives.

Biden has a lead over Republican presidential candidate Trump in recent opinion polls.

Jacob Blake Protest People gather in front of the Kenosha County Court House to protest against the police shooting of Jacob Blake on August 24, 2020 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images