UPDATE: In announcing the lawsuit, the Trump campaign said it was "unacceptable" that illegal votes are being counted in Clark County. More details on the press conference can be found here.
The Trump campaign is set to make a “major announcement” in Las Vegas Thursday morning at the Clark County Election Department.
Ric Grenell, the former acting Director of National Intelligence, will hold the press conference to announce that the Trump campaign is filing a lawsuit seeking to count every "legal" vote, alleging that at least 10,000 people who no longer live in the state voted, reports Fox News.
LIVE UPDATES: Ric Grenell, ex-acting Intel chief, to announce Trump campaign lawsuit in Nevada electionhttps://t.co/WArXJF4rez— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 5, 2020
INBOX --> Trump campaign says it'll make "major announcement" in Nevada at 9:30am PST on Thursday.— Herb Scribner (@HerbScribner) November 5, 2020
Ric Grenell, Adam Laxalt, Matt Schlapp and Michael McDonald slated to appear. pic.twitter.com/d7PQHgV9Sw
Trump campaign is suing in the following states:— Marina Medvin ???? (@MarinaMedvin) November 5, 2020
Trump campaign demands recounts in:
In addition to Grenell, former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, chairman of the American Conservative Union Matt Schlapp, and Nevada GOP Chair Michael McDonald will be present for the 11:30am EST/8:30am PST press conference.
In Nevada, one of the few remaining states that will decide the 2020 election, Democrat Joe Biden is ahead of President Trump by 7,647 votes. The state has six electoral votes.
Editor's Note: This is a breaking news post and will be updated with additional information.
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