President Trump’s campaign officially announced Thursday, Nov. 5, that it will file a federal lawsuit seeking to stop the vote count as soon as possible, saying it has sufficient evidence of dead people and nonresidents who are listed as voters in the 2020 presidential election.

According to Fox News, the campaign announced at a press conference in Las Vegas that it will file the lawsuit. In attendance at the press conference were former National Intelligence Director Richard Grenell, former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp, and Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald.

According to what they said at the conference, among the documentation they will provide is evidence that “tens of thousands” of people who are not residents of the state have voted in Nevada. 

They also sought to make clear that the intention of the Trump administration is not to cancel the vote or stop the total recount of votes, as it is being reported by various media, what they are requesting is that they stop the illegal vote recount, which is many, but not all. 

In addition, Republicans were confident that if the election were clean in Nevada, they would surely win. Grenell told Fox News, “We are confident that when all the legal votes are counted, and only the legal votes are counted, President Trump will win the state of Nevada.”

A source said that no signature match was made with the postal votes, despite claims that thousands and thousands of postal ballots were sent to uninhabited homes and were issued. “We have evidence that they are counting illegal votes,” the source said.

The Trump administration also announced that it is filing lawsuits to intervene in the Pennsylvania election, asking to overturn the Supreme Court’s decision to authorize the state to extend the possibility of receiving and counting postal ballots. And it announced that a lawsuit was filed in Michigan requesting a recount and the same will be done in Wisconsin.