Initially, the Michigan Republicans wanted to overturn the results but held back as they couldn't find anything solid to prove election malpractices.
Trump secured only 232 votes. He has, so far, refused to accept the results of the elections. He had filed lawsuits in various states, asking for recounts and making false claims of voter fraud. However, election officials have said that the 2020 elections were one of the most secure in recent history, and there is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.
President Donald Trump had invited Michigan Republican lawmakers to the White House on November 20, 2020, as his final attempt to overturn the election results. The decision was called in after a series of his courtroom defeats over allegations of voter fraud.
The votes' final certification was delayed by the Republican chairwoman, Laura Cox, in a joint statement with Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel a day after the Michigan GOP leadership met. A joint statement was announced to conduct and audit the complete investigation on voter fraud allegations before officially certifying the votes.
However, the lawmakers had afterward declared that they had not found any evidence that could have changed the outcome of the election results in Michigan. The election experts have further termed Trump's efforts to call the meeting of lawmakers at the White House as real damage to public faith in the integrity of US elections.