What if the president shirks a tenet foundational to the democratic process, and doesn't peacefully transition power if he loses to Joe Biden?

Rosa Brooks, co-organizer of the Transition Integrity Project and a Georgetown University law professor, told Boston Public Radio on Friday the team worked through four scenarios: a big Trump win, a big Biden win, a narrow Biden win, and an election with an extended uncertainty — like in 2000 — and found that every scenario resulted in "a giant mess in the way it played out."

Rosa Brooks is the Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Policy at Georgetown University Law Center and the co-organizer of the Transition Integrity Project.