DONALD Trump is reportedly planning several rallies per week and launching multiple legal battles as Melania, Don Jr, Ivanka and Eric join his war on the election results.

During these large events, Trump plans to brandish the obituaries of dead people he claims voted for Joe Biden, even though there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud, reports say.

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Last night, it was reported the Trump campaign was readying itself for a full-scale ballot battle – and he's supposedly planning several rallies per week.

The president's legal team is waging war on the election result by launching a wave of lawsuits in up to 10 states over his claims of a "stolen election," while his armed followers take to the streets.

Although other GOP members like Mitt Romney and George W. Bush have already congratulated Biden, Melania and Trump's two oldest sons are making it clear on Twitter that their loyalties lie with him.

Biden is ahead of Trump by 43,000 votes in Pennsylvania, 148,000 votes in Michigan, 34,000 votes in Nevada, and 13,000 votes in Arizona, where ballots are still being counted.

In Wisconsin, he's up by 20,000 votes and by 10,000 in Georgia.

But top aides think winning back Pennsylvania and two other states is possible.

Sen Lindsay Graham claimed during a Fox News interview that they identified at least 15 votes sent by dead people in The Keystone State, whileTed Cruz insisted there were software glitches in Michigan.

But even ifTrump's sea of legal bids were successful, it's unlikely he'd overcome those odds in Biden's favor – what's more, his campaign has yet to produce any solid evident of fraud.

In a US election, county boards of elections submit vote tallies and states report these results and certify the popular vote.

"After state election officials certify the popular vote of each state, the winning slate of electors meet in the state capital and cast two ballots—one for Vice President and one for President," according to the House.

Despite Trump's claims of fraud and "fake news" prematurely calling states for Biden, media organizations just evaluate the vote count as it comes in.

Judges in Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania dismissed or denied his legal bids to stop counting, while another Philly judge ruled that late ballots should be counted separately.

But the battle for the election is raging ahead regardless.

"We want to make sure we have an adequate supply of manpower on the ground for man-to-man combat," one adviser told Axios. 

It was claimed one proposed plan is to disclose the details of dead people the Trump team claims voted for his rival during last week's election.

The aides see them as "specific pieces of evidence" which will back up their claims of widespread voter fraud and corruption.

The president is also said to be forming "a campaign-style media operation" to promote his so-far unproven allegations.

It will reportedly be headed by former television reporter Tim Murtaugh, who currently serves as communications director.

One advisor told Axios his team will issue "regular press briefings, releases on legal action and obviously things like talking points and booking people strategically on television."

The Trump team is planning new legal challenges in multiple states including Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania

Nearly 100 campaign staff have been moved from Florida to Georgia, where former congressman Doug Collins will spearhead Trump's recount efforts. 

In Arizona, Kory Langhofer, counsel for Trump's 2016 transition, will serve as lead attorney, Axios reported.

And in Pennsylvania, Ronald Hicks, who helps run a Pittsburgh-based law firm, will lead the campaign's legal challenge.

The president has doubled down on his refusal to accept election defeat as his sons demanded a "manual recount" and even Melania told him not to give up, while Don Jr called for a "total war" over it last week.

In a Twitter message Flotus wrote: "The American people deserve fair elections.

"Every legal – not illegal – vote should be counted. We must protect our democracy with complete transparency.”

There are cracks in the family's united front amid reports that Jared Kushner urged his father-in-law to concede as Trump played golf in Virginia and a "black mood" fell over the White House.

Insiders claimed Kushner is now in the firing line of Trump's team who are scrambling to piece together reasons for the defeat as street parties erupted in Democrat-leaning cities across the US.

On Sunday, the president raged against a "stolen election" and fumed at the "lamestream media", questioning why networks are allowed to call the results.

Trump has repeatedly alleged fraud in multiple states both before, and after, the election was called for Biden on Saturday morning.

But his legal claims have been met with scepticism, with judges noting a lack of evidence for the president’s allegations of fraud and irregularities.

Fox host Maria Bartiromo grilled Giuliani, who is the president's lawyer, on whether there is any evidence that voter fraud was committed to make Joe Biden the projected winner of the 2020 election.

“At this point, it would be wrong for him to concede,” said Giuliani.

“There is strong evidence that this was an election that in at least three or four states, and possible 10, it was stolen,” Giuliani claimed.

“In other words, it was based on false votes. Now, you can’t let an election go into history without challenging that.”

However, Bush has told Trump that he must admit defeat because the 2020 presidential election "was fundamentally fair".

The former president released a statement on Sunday to congratulate President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris despite their "political differences."

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