Learn the process: see https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/28/600.1. See https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/15/77uuu. See https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/11/part-7/subpart-C. Legitimacy of a presidency is a greater issue than liking a president or not. Legitimacy in achieving office is not a matter of opinion, floating on who got which votes. Legitimacy depends on process, whether the law was followed, no matter what the topic. Illegitimacy: in elections: did a government agency act or omit to act with the intent of fostering one candidacy over another. Legitimacy is like Robert's Rules of Order in elections.
The means are available. An independent commission. People also can help: Read George Washington's Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior: at page 31 -- "When another speaks be attentive yourself, and disturb not the audience. If any hesitate in his words, help him not, nor prompt him without being desired; interrupt him not, nor answer him, till his speech be ended."
Support an independent commission. Trump's election legitimacy depends on it; and with it, whether he can serve in a positive way, without that distraction. Why should anyone pay attention to someone in office thanks to foreign intervention and partisan misdeeds in a government agency. No reason. Give us a break, Trump. Put this issue to rest. People, do not be quiet about the issue that John Lewis has properly raised, even though Morning Joe just advocated that people just be quiet.
Legitimacy is a foundational issue. Explore the FBI. Don't be quiet. Accountability counts.