All 538 electoral votes have now been called
The network decision desks today declared that President Trump will win the state of North Carolina and Joe Biden will win the state of Georgia. As a result, all 538 electoral college votes have now been called (as they are EVERY presidential election, including in 2016), producing a final winning margin for Mr. Biden of 306-232, the same margin by which Mr. Trump won the 2016 election (a margin Mr Trump called "a massive landslide victory" when he achieved it in 2016).
Of special note, given all the discussion we've had about court challenges to various state results: 1) Today the Trump campaign dropped its lawsuit that asked for a review of ballots in Arizona when it became clear that the number of disputed ballots was insufficient to overcome the lead Mr Biden has in the state's vote count; 2) A Michigan judge threw out a Trump campaign electoral fraud lawsuit on the basis that the suit's claims were "incorrect and not credible," and "generalized," having "no evidentiary basis," and "rife with speculation and guess-work about sinister motives." Sounds about right. So the Trump campaign's legal efforts are about 1 for 15 in lawsuits to-date.
As a result of these developments, the path to the end of the current dispute over the election's result is now clearer (my goodness, Mr Trump had to catch himself today in the Rose Garden when he almost acknowledged that a different administration would soon take over). But in all candor, it's impossible to believe Mr Trump or anything resembling a majority of his supporters will take the clearing path.