Election counting continues onto another day, with Pennsylvania alone still having more than 700,000 to report.
Pittsburgh resident and community organizer Eva Resnick-Day is pushing back against GOP attempts to throw out some provisional ballots.
Trump has no chance at winning the Electoral College and White House without Pennsylvania. And without Georgia, the Republican's best case scenario would be a tie.
"I would argue tonight that every American should be angry, you should be outraged," Fox News host Sean Hannity said.
State leaders in Michigan and Pennsylvania said they will continue counting votes despite the Trump campaign's legal challenges.
"Joe Biden could have voted 50 times, as far as we know, or 5,000 times," Giuliani said during a briefing on November 4.
Protesters march across the nation to protect people's right to vote, while the Trump campaign attempts to stop counting ballots in certain states.
Georgia joins Pennsylvania and Michigan as the third key battleground state that the Trump campaign has filed lawsuit in.
Twitter's anti-Trump contingent piled on the president after he declared himself victorious in states that are still considered too close to call.
As his hopes of winning re-election dwindled, the president's campaign filed a flurry of stop-the-count lawsuits. The effort is a "Hail Mary," says one staffer.
Donald Trump and Joe Biden are both hoping that Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes will swing in their favor.
Ballots cast in these states will ultimately determine which candidate claims the White House. All four saw increases in their numbers of registered voters ahead of the election.
The event will feature the president's son Eric Trump, former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and two Trump campaign senior advisers, Lara Trump and Corey Lewandowski.
The president's baseless claims of voter fraud and "magically disappearing" ballots were flagged by Twitter as false or misleading Wednesday.
"We're going to make sure that here in Pennsylvania, we're going to respect the will of the people."
The Democratic presidential candidate may not need to win Pennsylvania if he can secure Nevada, Wisconsin and Michigan.
Elections officials in these states have offered varying predictions of when their unofficial vote totals will come in, with some stating it could take several days.
Rapidly changing odds reflect continued uncertainty over who will win four years in the White House.
There have already been legal clashes over mail-in ballots in the state, with the importance of these set to mount should the state prove crucial to victory for either Donald Trump or Joe Biden.
Trump falsely claimed early Wednesday he had won the election and alleged without evidence that officials were engaged in electoral fraud against him.
After retaining Florida but losing Arizona, the GOP's eyes will be looking keenly at Pennsylvania where results are not expected for days.
While some states were called for one candidate or another, without results from key battleground states, an official winner can't be declared.
"This is why DEMS are keeping TRUMP WATCHERS OUT," wrote Trump campaign operative Mike Roman. "They are STEALING it! This needs to STOP!"
"We're going to have more people vote this year than any time in American history," Joe Biden said during an Election Day event in Philadelphia.
A banner by Rural America 2020 tries to appeal to Philadelphia voters' loyalty to their local football team.
Tom Ridge, who served two terms as Pennsylvania's governor from 1995 to 2001, says Donald Trump "lacks the empathy, integrity, intellect, and maturity to lead."
At a rally on the eve of the election, the president said: "We have a lot of eyes on the governor and his friends."
The president and NBA basketball star have exchanged public criticisms for some time.