Donald Trump’s team of lawyers have been making headlines as they seek to look into the U.S. government’s handling of 2020 election fraud allegations. For months, President Trump and his political allies have been alleging widespread fraud and irregularities during the 2020 election, and now his lawyers are pushing their own investigation into the matter. In recent weeks, lawyers for Trump have been actively seeking to assemble what they call “a commission of real election integrity experts” to look into the 2020 vote and investigate the government’s handling of possible fraud. The Trump team has set their sights on a number of different issues related to the election. They have criticized the change in voting procedures in many states, claiming that these changes made it easier for voters to commit fraud. They have also questioned the use of Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic software, which were both used in some states during the election. Trump’s lawyers are not just looking at the voting procedure. They are probing the government’s response to alleged claims of fraud and irregularities. For instance, they are asking why the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI, which is a part of the Department of Justice, did not more actively investigate the claims of voter fraud. The Trump team is not attempting to invalidate the results of the 2020 election. In fact, they have seemed willing to work with many of the states that Trump lost. However, they are dramatically increasing the pressure on the government to respond to their demands. Trump’s lawyers are hoping that their efforts will lead to an independent commission that will both look into potential voter fraud and identify any weaknesses in the election system. This commission could end up making significant changes before the 2022 midterm elections, depending on what it finds. The investigation being conducted by Trump’s lawyers is likely to go on for months, and the outcome is still very much in question. What is clear is that the team is willing to go to great lengths to ensure that the 2020 election was conducted fairly.