LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The feud between President Trump and Gov. Steve Sisolak continues.
During the president's address to the nation today, he intensified his attack on mail-in voting and the governor of the state of Nevada.
He criticized Nevada for passing legislation that ensures every registered voter receives a mail-in ballot for the general election.
"Take the state of Nevada. Take that little scam that's going on over there with the clubhouse politician governor. Take that. When the votes don't need to be in. They are counted after November third. Nevada is a great state. How they are going to predict the winner on November third?" asked Trump.
Previously Nevada's secretary of state filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by President Trump.
The president's lawsuit aimed to stop the state from mailing ballots to voters ahead of the November election.