Legal challenges likely as votes still being counted in several battleground states
"The issue is that's not how it works. You don't just go to the Supreme Court if you have an issue. So you have to have a legal basis for it, and you would have to file a lawsuit in one of the lower courts in either the state court or the federal court. He might lose and appeal, and he could appeal that to the Supreme Court," said Guy-Uriel Charles, a Duke Law School Professor.
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