Updated Tuesday at 11:33 p.m. ET
As President Trump continues to claim falsely that he, and not Joe Biden, won the Nov. 3 presidential election, Congress will meet in a joint session Wednesday to formally count the votes of the Electoral College.
The states have already counted their own electors, and Biden won with 306 to 232 for Trump. Now it's up to Congress to tally the votes as submitted by the states.
Here's a look at how the process is expected to play out:
1. A joint session, presided over by the vice president