More than three weeks on from election day, the US is creeping towards a transition of power.
There've been lawsuits, bizarre press conferences, accusations of voter fraud, recounts, and a mysteriously dripping Rudy Giuliani.
Now the head of the General Services Administration has signalled the start of a formal transition process: a sign, perhaps, that Donald Trump is moving towards acceptance that he has lost.
So how will the transition process work from here, and what could the incumbent do to destabilise things?
Joining us is Alex Burns, the national political correspondent of The New York Times. He's a regular on The Times' news podcast The Daily and a political analyst at CNN.