WASHINGTON — Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt appeared on ABCs This Week on Sunday and said President Trump’s legal actions towards the election will “unlikely” change the outcome.

“Almost every state, within seven to ten days of the election, goes through that entire canvas. There are always some changes,” Sen. Blunt said. “It seems unlikely that any changes could be big enough to make a difference, but this is a close election. We need to acknowledge that.”

Blunt did say that the President and his legal team will need to present his case to the courts and have the facts “speak for themselves”.

“It’s time for the president’s lawyers to present the facts and then it’s time for those facts to speak for themselves,” he said.

Despite the coronavirus disrupting daily American life, he also noted, as the inauguration committee chair, that they are preparing for a normal, full-scale inauguration at the moment.

He said the inauguration will be a time for the country to see “how democracy works.”