Monday electors' vote set to make Trump election official

And you thought Election Day was in November. Electors are set to gather in every state on Monday to formally elect Donald Trump president even as anti-Trump forces try one last time to deny him the White House.

Donald Trump is lashing out on Twitter in advance of the Electoral College vote. The president-elect says: "If my many supporters acted and threatened people like those who lost the election are doing, they would be scorned & called terrible names!"

Protests overshadowed members of Pennsylvania's 58th Electoral College, arriving at the state Capitol to cast the state's electoral votes for president. The ceremony will be at noon in the state House of Representatives' chamber. Protests were expected and more security preparations than usual were made.

However, more than 200 demonstrators took to the steps of Pennsylvania's Capitol to greet members of the Electoral College, with the faint hope of persuading them not to vote for Republican President-elect Donald Trump. The demonstrators were waving signs and chanting "No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA" and "no treason, no Trump" in 25-degree weather.

Trump won Pennsylvania's popular vote by less than 1 percent in Pennsylvania, which means he got to pick the people who will cast the Keystone State's 20 electoral votes. That's fifth-most in the nation.

New Jersey's electors will meet Monday afternoon in Trenton to formally allot the state's 14 electoral votes to Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine.

Delaware's three Democratic electors convened Monday morning at Legislative Hall in Dover. They officially cast their ballots and made Clinton the winner of the Electoral College presidential vote in the First State. Lydia York, Linda Cavanaugh and Lynn Fuller all voted for Clinton, as expected, giving her the state's three electoral votes.

GOP electors have been inundated with emails, phone calls and letters urging them to vote against Trump.

He frequently whipped up audiences at his huge rallies by railing against reporters, immigrants, Muslims and his critics. He repeatedly threatened news outlets with lawsuits. And he and his supporters have bombarded his critics on Twitter.