Trump and lawmakers will meet at 4 p.m. ET, said a source familiar with the plans.
Shirki also did not respond to emails from CNN, and his phone mailbox is also full.
Certification is usually a formality, but Trump is trying to block or slow the process in key countries as part of a long-running effort to undo his election defeat through the Electoral College. Trump̵
Two sources told CNN that discussions were under way with the president to invite Republican lawmakers from Pennsylvania to the White House. It is unclear whether these invitations have yet been issued, but Trump has expressed interest in doing so as he tries to get involved in the vote verification process. The deadline for Pennsylvania counties to certify their amounts is Monday.
It is unclear what Trump’s message will be to the Michigan GP legislators. Both Shirki and Chatfield have said they will honor their country’s popular vote and will not deviate from the electoral process in Michigan. Biden currently has 154,187 votes ahead of Trump in the Great Lakes state.
On September 24, Shirki prompted the Senate to pass a resolution guaranteeing that voters would vote for the candidate with the most votes, as certified by election officials.
“The Michigan Senate is committed to selecting voters in the Electoral College who will be loyal to vote for the candidate with the most votes for president in Michigan, certified by Michigan election officials,” the resolution said.
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CNN’s Caitlan Collins, Jeremy Herb, Kevin Liptak and Sam Fosum contributed to this report.