In his Monday column, Portman said outstanding legal challenges should be "expeditiously" resolved before a December 8 "safe harbor" legal deadline for states to certify electors for the Electoral College.
Below is a list of litigation that could play out in the coming days.
The president's legal team has alleged, without presenting evidence, that Biden's projected win is the corrupt byproduct of a Democrat-led nationwide conspiracy linked to bipartisan local poll workers, bipartisan state election officials, voting hardware and software and worldwide bad actors including the seven-years-dead former President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez.
With recounts and lawsuits coming up short, Trump is now pressuring Republican-led state legislatures to throw out the vote totals and declare him the victor.
Brann said that he "has no authority to take away the right to vote of even a single person, let alone millions of citizens".
Trump also has demonstrated his willingness to personally meddle in states' voting certifications, which are a prelude to the convening of the Electoral College next month to make the election result official.
Scaringi took to Twitter on Sunday night to note that Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz has said the campaign has some viable arguments that the treatment of mail-in ballots differently in various parts of Pennsylvania give rise to an equal protection issue under the Constitution -a similar contention to the basis the Supreme Court used to shut down the ballot-counting process in Florida in 2000 during the Bush v. Gore litigation.
Pennsylvania is expected to certify its election results on Monday.
On November 11, the campaign filed a lawsuit to halt MI officials from certifying Biden's win there. Portman predicted that the same scenario will happen with the remaining Trump campaign's lawsuits in the next couple of weeks.
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Some counties, though, anticipate delays in certifying their results.
Lawyers for the government of the city of Detroit, which lies in Wayne County, said on Thursday that the campaign included "impertinent and false language" in the filing and asked a federal judge to strike the disputed document from the case record as a sanction.
Mark "Thor" Hearne, the Trump campaign lawyer who submitted the document, told Reuters the sanctions request was frivolous and an attempt to score political points.
"Unfortunately the censorship continues", Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis said in a statement.
"I think there's a lot of things that are pending out there and I think there's a lot of things that have need to be addressed before we can certify this election in state of Pennsylvania, and also in our county". "Fight hard Republicans", Trump wrote Sunday on Twitter, two days after summoning some top Republican state legislators from MI to the White House, in a highly unusual move as the state moved to formally acknowledge Biden's win Monday.
The experts on Monday urged Republicans, particularly members of Congress, to "publicly demand that President Trump cease his anti-democratic assault on the integrity of the presidential election".
The justices had previously ruled there was not enough time to decide the case's merits before Election Day but indicated they might revisit it afterwards.
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Samantha Power, who was United Nations ambassador under Barack Obama, told CNN that Trump's failure to allow a smooth transition was "reckless in the extreme", depriving Biden of up-to-date briefings on issues as sensitive as troop levels in Afghanistan and any potential threats to USA targets overseas.