The most amazing technical achievement of the Information Age was building an internet scalable enough to keep a running list of Trump’s crimes against decency, decorum, and democracy. And for anyone you may know who’s among the undecided, McSweeney’s kept a list. Lest We Forget the Horrors: A Catalog of Trump’s Worst Cruelties, Collusions, Corruptions, and Crimes. (Legal disclaimer: NextDraft bears no responsibility for any repetitive stress injuries that may occur while scrolling through this list.)

+ “In many ways, the whole Trump Presidency can be encapsulated in the past few days and weeks. It is self-dealing, denialism, dishonesty, and deflection. It is narcissism, recklessness, and disregard for the public good—and for democracy itself. There is nothing and no one he has not corrupted—or tried to. Even the remaining uncertainty about the election’s outcome is a product of Trump’s cynical, self-serving, and dangerous assault on the political system. Washington can read the polls, but after four years there’s still no poll that can fully account for this President. Folks, it ain’t over till it’s over.” Susan Glasser in The New Yorker: Denialism, Dishonesty, Deflection: The Final Days of the Trump Campaign Have It All.

+ Related: Walmart Pulls Guns Off Shelves as Precaution Ahead of Election.

+ For old time’s sake (and because the next couple months could be the most corrupt of all, even if Trump loses), here are a couple more scandals. NYT: Turkish Bank Case Showed Erdogan’s Influence With Trump. And FP: Wilbur Ross Remained on Chinese Joint Venture Board While Running U.S.-China Trade War.