Update: State Republican lawmakers, who play a supporting role in the clown show, have now made the non-existent meeting a reality.
According to the Free Press, the Senate's oversight committee will meet to discuss vote-counting in Detroit next Wednesday.
No hearing was previously listed on the legislative calendar. Asked whether Trump played a role in bringing one about, Amber McCann, a spokeswoman for Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, told the Freep no, and that the hearing was previously planned.
Original post 10:41 a.m. Wednesday:
The latest indication Trump's legal team hasn't a clue what it's doing, from The Detroit News:
President Donald Trump's campaign announced Tuesday that the Michigan Legislature would hold a hearing on election integrity Dec. 1, but the event won't occur, a key GOP state lawmaker said.
The announcement was made by a campaign lawyer on MSNBC Tuesday. The legal team doubled down on the inaccurate information with a news release disseminated nationwide.
Michigan's Senate and House oversight committees have held two hearings on the election thus far and found no evidence of widespread fraud.