Pennsylvania's county elections officials are due to certify their respective jurisdictions' results on Monday.
Sen. Patrick Toomey (R-PA) made the comments after the Trump campaign's latest legal set back in Pennsylvania.
In a scathing opinion, District Judge Matthew W. Brann on Saturday said the Trump campaign submitted "strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations."
The lawsuit attempts to throw out over 2.5 million mail-in ballots cast in the state.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said the audit was unnecessary because the committee in charge has "no expertise or role in election administration."
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday that requiring poll watchers in Pennsylvania to stand "a football field away" during the vote-counting process was a "travesty."
"How exactly will they enforce that? I smell the stench of an overreaching government," the actor tweeted on Wednesday.
"This is not a television program," Mick Mulvaney said.
Pennsylvania has announced four new efforts that include wearing face masks and testing visitors before they enter the state.
The former New York mayor appeared in court on behalf of the Trump campaign to challenge election results.
The Philadelphia Board of Elections acted correctly in setting up its access rules for observers, the court ruled Tuesday.
The Trump campaign has made unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in several key swing states since November 3.
The lieutenant governor of Texas had offered a large sum for any evidence of voter fraud and his Pennsylvania counterpart says he found it.
President Donald Trump has insisted foul play facilitated Joe Biden's election success, with his campaign pushing a raft of legal action following November 3.
Nearly half a million energy customers are without power following the severe weather on Sunday night.
More than 6.8 million votes have been counted in Pennsylvania, and no candidate has been defeated by one-half of 1 percent or less of the votes cast.
The president currently holds just one legal win in the more than a dozen lawsuits filed in multiple states.
Al Schmidt, one of Philadelphia's GOP city commissioners, refuted President Trump's claims about voter fraud.
Far-right activity remains high in the city in which 11 were killed in a mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in 2018.
"In this country, voting is a fundamental right and that means that there has to be uniform standards throughout the state of Pennsylvania," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Thursday.
Pennsylvania's attorney general rejected claims made by President Donald Trump that people voted using the identities of the deceased.
"I got a dude in Forty Fort, PA who tried to have his dead mom vote for Trump," Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman tweeted on Tuesday.
Al Schmidt told CNN that regarding the vote count, there are "ridiculous allegations that have no basis in fact at all."
An attorney representing Trump's campaign in one of several lawsuits challenging Pennsylvania's election results said ballot counting procedures in Montgomery County did not constitute fraud.
Dean Browning, a former Republican candidate to represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. House, faced scrutiny on Tuesday after posting a tweet in which he identified as a Black gay man who insisted "everything is so much better under Trump."
Four suits have been filed challenging the election results in Pennsylvania as the president refuses to concede.
A lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign on Monday alleges that Pennsylvania "mismanaged the election process."
"Four years ago, Trump won in the 'Rust Belt states' of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania...But he lost all of them this year," the state-run Global Times outlet wrote Monday.
"They have taken a global pandemic and turned it into a nationwide electoral epidemic," McEnany said.