On Friday, his transition team set out his priorities for the first 100 days of his administration.
Joe Biden has reached the two-week mark since becoming United States president-elect, while President Donald Trump is stinging from back-to-back setbacks in his unprecedented bid to undo his election defeat.
What is the president's next move?
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger certified results reported by the state's 159 counties that show Biden with 2.47 million votes, President Donald Trump with 2.46 million votes and Libertarian Jo Jorgensen with 62,138.More news: Contestant dies after completing course on ‘Wipeout’ show hosted by John Cena
Trump earlier this week invited MI legislators to the White House in an attempt to stop Biden from winning the Electoral College.
Trump also took the unprecedented step of hosting legislative leaders from MI, where he seeks to block the state from certifying the results which handed Biden a 155,000-vote victory.
It is seen as highly unlikely that the president's team would be able to flip MI and Pennsylvania. Kemp has neither endorsed Trump's fraud claims nor backed Raffensperger, a fellow Republican, in his assertion that the election was conducted fairly.
Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield met with Trump at the White House but said they had not seen any evidence that would "change the outcome of the election" in the state.
The two Republican legislators - hailing from a state that Mr Biden is projected to win by 154,000 votes - said they had focused during the discussion on Covid-19 assistance, not Mr Trump's efforts to overturn the election results.
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He called for an overhaul of Georgia's absentee ballot laws, recommending additional security measures for mail voting in an effort to increase public trust in how the state verifies its mail-in ballots. Democrats accuse Trump of abusing his office by trying to pressure the legislators to subvert the will of voters and seat their own electors to the Electoral College, which gathers on December 14.
But Trump has taken the muscular use of office in a different direction, using it to literally bully fellow Republicans into backing his personal political ambitions and go along with his false claims that the election was stolen from him in a broad and unproven conspiracy that has been widely debunked and repeatedly rejected in court.
How has the White House responded?He acknowledged their feelings on Friday. There were no calls for unity, there were no calls for healing.
But there is still one key difference between now and then: in 1876, the vote margins were legitimately unclear, whereas in 2020, Biden has clear winning margins in the states Trump is disputing.
She pointed out that some 70 Democratic lawmakers had boycotted his inauguration.
"It's quite honestly hard to believe that during the audit thousands of uncounted ballots were found weeks after a razor-thin outcome in a presidential election", Kemp said. "Some do it great and some don't" says Raffensperger.More news: NBA star Dwight Howard SECRETLY Married His WNBA Girlfriend!
The accuracy of election results in Georgia is still up for debate despite the Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger insisting the recount is accurate.