A to Z of the US presidential race
A Trump mantra that he coined in the 2016 campaign and is still using.
Black Lives Matter.
As the police killing of George Floyd sparked mass protests, Mr Trump expressed no sympathy.
Mr Trump's Achilles heel. For months, he promised it would just go away. Then he caught it.
A small US state you never hear about except to say it is where Mr Biden made his home.
The 538-member body that decides who becomes president, no matter who wins the popular vote.
The scrappy infectious disease expert from Brooklyn who became a hero for his no-nonsense talk about the pandemic.
Mr Biden is painfully prone to them, like saying he is running for the Senate.
Mr Biden's son, whose business dealings in Ukraine are a lightning rod for Trump accusations that the family is corrupt.
The act of putting a seriously ill Covid patient on a respirator.
Joe, as in Sleepy.
Mr Trump's way of dismissing Mr Biden, 77, as not mentally alert. Mr Trump is 74.
Kamala, as in Harris.
She has made history as the first woman of colour on a major US presidential ticket.
"Lock him up".
Trump likes to get crowds at rallies chanting this about Mr Biden.
Mr Trump often mocks people who wear them to fight Covid-19.
Of Justice Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court judge, boosting the conservative majority on the bench.
Former president now campaigning for his former vice-president.
A bizarre right-wing conspiracy theory that Mr Trump avoids disavowing.
It is meddling to hurt Mr Trump's election rival, US intelligence agencies say.
"(Will you) shut up, man."
The zinger that Mr Biden hurled at Mr Trump in the first debate.
As in insider memoirs about Mr Trump, including one by an estranged niece.
The former Soviet republic that Mr Trump tried to persuade to dig up dirt on Mr Biden.
The military hospital where Mr Trump was treated for Covid-19.
Mr Trump says he has no need for them.
Mr Trump's way of pronouncing the word huge.
The way many politicians – but not Mr Trump – talk to people these days, just like the rest of us.