261,000 (and growing): If anything is "sacred," it is human life. This number is the minimum tally of U.S. lives lost to the novel coronavirus as of Wednesday night.
$750: The amount Trump reportedly paid in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency. He paid the same amount his first year in the White House, too.
14.7 percent: The unemployment rate in April 2020. Also the highest unemployment rate on record since modern statistics on joblessness began in 1948 and likely the highest rate since the Great Depression.
$421 million: The amount of loans and other debts for which Trump is personally responsible, with most of it reportedly coming due within four years - that is, a period when Trump had hoped to serve his second presidential term.
100.1 percent: Federal debt held by the public as a share of gross domestic product, in the fiscal year that recently ended, according to the Congressional Budget Office. The last time this measure exceeded 100 percent was just after World War II.
$1.9 trillion: The 10-year cost of Trump's 2017 tax cut. (This is "dynamic" cost - that is, it accounts for the effects of economic growth.) This contributes to the debt number above.
$130,000: The amount Trump paid an adult-film actress with whom he had an affair; this bought her silence ahead of the 2016 election.
26: The number of women who have publicly accused Trump of sexual misconduct.
26 million: The number of American adults who reported that their household didn't have enough to eat just ahead of Election Day.
Eight: The number of Trump associates to date charged with or convicted of criminal offenses.
23,035: The number of false or misleading claims Trump had made as of mid-September, according to the Washington Post Fact Checker team.
$3: The amount that Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club charged taxpayers for a glass of water served to Trump. (more at link)