More Ellis commentary:
ELLIS: Well, President Trump said it very perfectly in his tweet earlier today, when he said that the General Services Administration does not select the next president of the United States.
And so, because there is doubt about who that will be -- and let's remember that the Electoral College, which is our constitutional process, does not vote until December 14. We have plenty of time to pursue all legal options.
Then this is just making sure that we have the reassurance of government to make sure that we will have a peaceful transition into President Trump's next term, or if that ends up being Joe Biden.
And so this is simply a procedural step. And the mainstream media is rushing to try to say that this is over for President Trump, he has no legal options.
Far from it, Charles. And he is committed to defending election integrity. I have spoken with him personally multiple times just today. He's absolutely committed to making sure, on behalf of all Americans...
Well, importantly, we have a pending appeal before the Supreme Court. We also have one in the Third Circuit that just yesterday agreed to hear an expedited appeal.
And, really importantly, we now have three state legislatures in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Arizona that have agreed to hold hearings, because it's in everyone's best interest and all Americans to make sure that the truth about the voter fraud and the proof that we have comes out.
And so they are very concerned. And let's remember that it's the state legislatures that are constitutionally vested with the selection process of the Electoral College delegates. That's the safeguard that we have in our system to make sure that elections that are corrupted do not ultimately render a wrong selection for the president that is outside of what the people actually voted for.
So, we now have three state legislatures that are very concerned about the corruption of this election and are willing to get to the bottom of it. So, this is far from over, and President Trump will continue to fight.