Pace Law School professor: Legal maneuverings by president are dangerous

With a race too close to call, the battle over who will win the executive branch of government seems to be headed to the judicial branch.
President Donald Trump's campaign is claiming election and voter fraud, going to the courts filing unsuccessful lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan.
There are others likely soon to come.
The Biden/Harris team has called the lawsuits meritless. Pace Law School professor and constitution scholar Bennett Gershman agrees.
He describes the legal maneuverings by President Trump as dangerous and suggests he will lose them all because their claims won’t hold up under scrutiny.
Gershman cautions patience and predicts the election will be decided by the people, not the judges.