Donald Trump is wrong to claim that he should have won the US presidential election, believes Harry Litman of Yahoo News. He is currently preparing several lawsuits, but they stand on very shaky ground. His strongest claims, such as Republican observers saying they were kept too far from where the voting happened, which was remedied, are likely to be inconsequential. Even if they were to succeed, they would likely only affect a few hundred votes, far from what is necessary to flip the result. Comparisons with the 2000 election don't hold up since the margins that ended up deciding those results were far thinner than today.
The 2020 US election should not have been called when it was, holds Margot Cleveland of The Federalist. Several states are likely to hold recounts that might flip the result in Donald Trump's favor. Additionally, apparent evidence of fraud in several states has reportedly emerged. While the extent of it remains unclear, this should have been investigated before a president was declared. Fraud may have occurred to benefit Joe Biden. Trump is right to seek out a proper investigation to unearth the truth, even though he is being denounced for it. Those that criticize him for his actions do so because they are happy with the current result.