The Electoral College vote marks the end of the election? Trump aides refute — Miller: The only date set by the Constitution for the president is January 20, plenty of time to correct errors

White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller talks to Fox News in the West Wing on Aug. 20, 2020.

Speaking on Fox News Monday, Stephen Miller, a senior White House aide, dismissed the idea that the Dec. 14 electoral College vote marked the end of the process.

“The only date [stipulated] in the Constitution is January 20, so we have plenty of time to correct this fraudulent election and prove Donald Trump was the winner,” he said.

Miller said President Donald Trump’s Allies are preparing to send Congress an alternative list of electors on Monday that could be recognized if Trump successfully overturns one of the key states, even if the electoral College votes for Biden as the winner.

“Today, the states in question will have alternative electors on the ballot, and we will send those alternative results to Congress,” he said. “This will ensure that all of our legal remedies remain open. That means that if we win these cases in court, we can direct that these alternative electoral votes be certified.”

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has been aggressively pursuing legal action to ban election thefts in the face of widespread voter fraud in several key states.

Miller said Trump supporters will hold “alternate” votes in a handful of disputed states, including Georgia, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, and submit their unofficial results.

He said if the Trump campaign succeeds in overturning the results of any of the states, the alternate electoral votes could be recognized by Congress.

Miller also raised the possibility of state legislatures stepping in to overturn the election results or congressional intervention.

In accordance with the electoral process, states conduct electoral college votes on Monday, after which the results will be certified by the states and presented to Congress.

As of 2 p.m. Monday, Republicans in Georgia and Pennsylvania had declared their alternative electoral College votes in favor of Trump over Biden.