Will magic turn against the magician and Trump win the elections?
US President Donald Trump’s latest strategy to attack the legitimacy of the US election centers on a bold demonstration of influence by trying to persuade Republican lawmakers in the state legislatures, which his rival, Joe Biden, won by overturning the vote.
To succeed, Trump will need to overcome major legal barriers and also overcome public condemnation and co-opting lawmakers in at least 3 states so that he can break democratic standards.
Most election experts say that the chances of Trump eventually becoming president are very weak, but US laws have never before witnessed such a test, according to Reuters.
Biden won the election
Joe Biden won by a comfortable margin of 306 votes to 232 for Trump in the electoral college , but the formal confirmation process will take place in the coming weeks.
In the US elections , a candidate becomes president by winning 270 votes in the electoral community.
The members of the assembly belong to the competing parties, and vote for their candidate who wins the popular vote, and their number varies from state to state based on its population.
Usually, each state approves a republican or democratic list of its members in the electoral college dependent on the candidate who wins the popular vote.
The electoral college meets on December 14 to formally name the president, and the result is submitted to Congress for counting on January 6, and on January 20, the current presidential term ends and the new one begins.