Today’s the day the U-S Congress meets to officially count the Electoral College votes for president, which saw Democrat Joe Biden win by a margin of 306 to 232.
But the usually-routine process is likely to be disrupted by several Republic senators and congressmen, who plan to argue that the results are invalid.
They’ll advance unproven theories that massive voter fraud cost President Donald Trump the election.
Each objection must be debated for at least two hours in each chamber before being voted upon.
All the challenges are expected to fail but they could drag out the process for several days.