Former Vice-President Joe Biden won the bid for the 46th Presidency of the United States, if Trump’s objection did not change the outcome. Although the election was in the US, its reflection is global. Many countries, especially the EU countries, were bidding for Biden, while leaders who have personal connections with Trump and his son-in-law deemed Trump to be the winner. The GCC countries (Gulf Cooperation Council composed of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, and Oman) can be divided into two groups in Biden’s bid. The first group is the Saudi-led group (Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Bahrain), who has good connections with Trump due to his ‘America First’ policy, which resulted with around $100 billion of arms deal. The second group either does not expect any advantages in the re-election of Trump or considers Biden’s election as preferable. Qatar, for example, can benefit from Biden’s Presidency since Trump has close connections with Qatar’s rival leaders, Mohammad bin Salman and Mohammad bin Zayed. Kuwait and Oman would also prefer Biden’s administration because of their parallel views of diplomacy and mediation.