Renowned Republican elections lawyer Ben Ginsberg said today that President Trump's effort to challenge election results in swing states are already proving to be futile.
"What you are also seeing today in court is ... affidavits that don't even challenge votes, but that challenge the process, are really getting derided by judges around the country," said Ginsberg, speaking with CNN's Erin Burnett.
Pointing to legal battles in Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Michigan, Ginsburg said there have been a few "bad court days" for the Trump campaign.
"More and more, this is looking like a losing effort and that brand is eventually gonna stick to the President," he said.
As of the recount of 5 million votes that's about to begin in Georgia, Ginsberg said to expect a few hundred votes to change at the most.