Opinion: The uphill road that awaits Donald Trump

This week, the nation reached “safe harbor,” the point six days before the vote of the Electoral College, when, according to the Electoral Count Act of 1887, states’ results presumptively can no longer be challenged in the courts or on Capitol Hill. In response, the Trump campaign dismissed the concept altogether — and is instead gearing up for a floor debate when Congress tallies the final ballots on January 6, 2021.

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