The president-elect leads the incumbent by more than 150,000 votes (or 2.8 percent) and every MI county has now certified its results.
"If you have got the evidence of fraud, present it", Christie said on ABC. "MI 2020 is about Trump trying to throw out 150,000 votes by claiming, without evidence, that wholesale fraud tainted the process", Ginsburg wrote.
Steve Liedel, an election law expert and former legal counsel to governor Jennifer Granholm, says the members of the state board are legally bound to certify the election.
Trump's legal team is now trying to dispute the voting results in several states via a series of lawsuits over alleged organised election fraud taking place.
In fact, several Trump administration officials, including Trump appointees, say no computer systems were compromised; the Department of Homeland Security's election security teams say the November 3 election was "the most secure in American history".
The recommendation was posted online with the formal Monday meeting notice of the Board of State Canvassers.
Trump's effort to prevent Biden from taking office on January 20 likely will be doomed if officials confirm the Democratic challenger as the victor of the votes in MI and Pennsylvania.
An attempt to stop Nevada's certification, brought by failed Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle, was thrown out Friday.
Biden won the state by more than 33,000 votes.
Since the USA vote, the State Department has congratulated winners of several elections elsewhere including Moldova, whose Russian-backed president quickly conceded.
"The civil remedy of throwing out an election is just a shocking ask", District Court Judge Gloria Sturman told the group's attorney.
"A refusal by the board to certify the results now would risk disenfranchising the state's voters-an unconscionable outcome antithetical to American democracy", the lawyer wrote.
During the meeting, Biden raised his agenda for the first 100 days of his presidency, including taking aggressive action to contain COVID-19, providing resources to small businesses, families, schools, and state and local governments to power economic recovery, and investing in the middle class to build back better.
The Biden campaign and Michigan Democrats criticized the visit as inappropriate amid the ongoing political fights. The final results showed Biden had received 49.5% of the vote to President Donald Trump's 49.3%, with the president-elect winning by more than 12,000 votes.
Trump, his campaign, and his supporters have faired poorly in court challenges across the nation.