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American News Nov 5, 2020 7:10 PM EST

Trump campaign files suit against Nevada alleging that the dead shouldn't get a vote

The Trump campaign is suing Nevada, alleging that there are nonresidents and dead people voting.

Trump campaign files suit against Nevada alleging that the dead shouldn't get a vote
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The Trump campaign is suing Nevada, alleging that there are nonresidents and dead people voting. Former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell and former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt spoke about the issues at a press conference.

"The Trump campaign is filing a federal lawsuit in Las Vegas Thursday, suing to stop the counting of what it calls 'illegal votes' in Nevada, claiming to have evidence that people who are deceased and nonresidents have cast ballots in the 2020 election," Fox News reported Thursday.

"We are confident that when all legal votes are tallied — and only legal votes are tallied — President Trump will win the state of Nevada," Grenell asserted.

The Trump campaign said that they have proof of voter fraud in the state of Nevada. Specifically, they say they have proof of dead people voting. They allege that mail in ballots were sent to individuals who have died, but someone filled out those ballots and returned them.

The campaign also wanted to clarify that it "is not seeking to stop the vote but rather ensure that every 'legal' vote is counted and that no 'illegal' votes are counted."

Joe Biden is leading currently leading in the state of Nevada by 12,042 votes, with 89 percent of the vote counted.

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