President Trump continues to question the outcome of the 2020 election ahead of this week’s formal Congressional electoral vote count. Trump tweeted this morning asking “how can you certify an election when the numbers being certified are verifiably WRONG.” Carleton College political science professor Steven Schier says it depends on how you define “verifiable.”

“I mean there are charges that there have been problems with these results, but there are so many charges out there and the evidence is so variable that I think for most people it’s very confusing and unclear.”

At least 11 Republican senators led by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas say they’ll vote to reject electors from states where Trump disputes the election results unless there is a 10-day audit of election returns.