President Trump’s campaign team, facing a narrowing path to victory, on Thursday held firm to its predictions that the race will be called for the incumbent as soon as Friday, and said it will likely be filing additional legal actions.
Mr. Trump’s aides said that the campaign was creating a website for people to track what’s taking place in terms of the various counts in different states and a hotline to report allegations of fraud.
The campaign officials said they feel good about their prospects in Georgia, where the race has tightened. Bill Stepien, the campaign manager, professed optimism, saying that people had prematurely counted Mr. Trump out at various junctures since the 2016 presidential primaries.
“Donald Trump is alive and well,” he said.
Not surprisingly, the campaign of Joseph R. Biden Jr. sees the electoral landscape differently. “Our data shows that Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States,” Biden’s campaign manager, Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, said at a press briefing.