At The American Spectator, David Catron tells readers that if only legal votes are counted, President Trump will be reelected. He writes (abridged):
After the smoke clears, the 2020 election will have left the Republicans in control of the Senate and the Democrats desperately clinging to a tiny House majority. If the electoral skulduggery is as bad as it appears, the new Biden administration will face an uncooperative GOP Senate and will produce a very short list of “accomplishments” that will neither satisfy disillusioned Democrats nor mollify 71 million still-angry Trump voters. After the 2022 midterms are over, Biden will be saddled with GOP majorities in both houses of Congress.
AP has no more authority to declare Biden the winner of the election than does your cat.
More importantly for the 2020 election, it provides no authority whereby a court may override the manner in which a state legislature chooses its electors. The Elections and Electors Clause is the primary cause of action in the lawsuit just filed by the Trump campaign against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Trump will win this lawsuit and most of the others his campaign has filed because the states involved circumvented the Constitution. Trump would be crazy to concede the election.
If only legal votes are counted, he will be reelected.