Today is the first of December and we are not sure who was elected President. The media and big Tech have an opinion. Fortunately, their opinion is not any better than mine in terms of legal effect.
The strategies in the various states are fascinating to read. It may be one of the few times that I enjoy listening to lawyers. In basic terms, there are two arguments, There are numerous allegations of fraud, from fraudulent introduction of ballots to surprising allegations of computer manipulations to change the vote totals. These arguments are directed to the states and are designed to get the state legislatures to intervene at the Electoral College level - either by changing the electors that vote in the Electoral College or by getting the states to withhold reporting of the state's results if they are uncertain - thereby possibly preventing any candidate from reaching the 270 vote threshold. The second type of argument is for the Federal Courts and ultimately the Supreme Court - that is an equal protection argument that citizens in a state had their votes treated differently in parts of their states.
If the Electoral College can resolve the election, it will be on Dec 14. If no candidate reaches 270 votes, then the election goes to the House of Representatives. Time will tell.
Of course, then we have two Senate run-off elections in Georgia on January 5, 2021 - on which the balance of the Senate will be decided.
But we will inaugurate a President on January 20, 2021.
But in my view, we do not have a President-Elect quite yet. And in any case, President Trump remains the President until January 20. I would like to think in terms of "until every legal vote is counted" but that may be asking too much.