As lawsuits continue to be filed in attempts to try and change the results, the President's second son, Eric Trump, took to his Twitter account to question the fact that tallies had Biden receiving over 80 million total votes in the election, the highest number ever received for a political candidate in US history.
"This is total fraud", he stated.
"Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy", Judge Stephanos Bibas, appointed by Mr Trump in 2017, wrote for a three-judge panel of the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia last Friday as it dismissed the latest of dozens of legal claims filed by Mr Trump and his allies.
"This election was rigged".
Trump also told Bartiromo that he believed the Federal Bureau of Investigation and DOJ were "missing in action" when asked whether they were investigating his claims of fraud in the election, and said he wished he wouldn't have pledged to "stay out" of their work.
Despite the election being called for Biden weeks ago, Trump is yet to concede.
The discussions suggest that President Trump - who on Thursday said that he would "certainly" leave the White House as longshot court battles fall flat - is beginning to pivot in his strategy to hold public attention and relevance amid his electoral defeat. "My mind will not change in six months", Trump told Fox News interviewer Maria Bartiromo.
Neither the Trump campaign nor the White House provided comment on the story.
Biden: Trump reveals when he’ll exit White House
Earlier this week, Trump allowed the official start of Biden's transition to power without conceded defeat. He said he didn't want to talk about running in 2024 yet since in his eyes the 2020 race was not yet over.
Trump responded by saying: "Don't talk to me that way".
"All of a sudden", he said in a Fox Business interview Sunday, "I went from winning by a lot to losing by a little" in key states. "The problem is it's hard to get into the Supreme Court".
In a tweet yesterday, Trump said he wants Biden to "prove" each of his 80 million votes in order to gain access to the White House. "And we can not allow America's elections to be corrupted". "I would like to file one nice big lovely lawsuit, talking about this and many other things, with tremendous proof".
"Missing in action", Trump said. "And which one will work fastest for us", said Giuliani on Newsmax, referring to the dual strategy of lobbying state legislatures and filing lawsuits. We're like a third world country", Trump said, before launching back into allegations of voter fraud that have been repeatedly rebuffed in court and by state election officials of both parties."I did so well. that they didn't know what to do", he said at one point of election results in Georgia, claiming that ballots for him were "thrown away."I don't know what is going to happen".
Asked if he saw a path to victory, he said: "I hope so".
Biden won the presidential election with 306 Electoral College votes - many more than the 270 required - to Trump's 232.
The vote in the Electoral College is on December 14, and certificates of the results in each state must be received by the president of the Senate by December 23.