UPDATE (FOX5) -- Nevada GOP officials confirmed that the campaign has dropped a federal lawsuit Friday morning.
Nevada Trump Victory spokesperson Keith Schipper said "a deal was struck" with Clark County officials to allow more ballot count observers at the election headquarters.
ORIGINAL STORY: LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- President Donald Trump's re-election campaign on Thursday expressed doubt about the state's election processes, requesting an emergency injunction from a judge to "sort through irregularities" with Nevada ballots.
Former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell, former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, Nevada GOP chairman Michael McDonald and American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp were in attendance.
The campaign plans to file a federal lawsuit in Nevada, as they have done in various states around the country, claiming that there is evidence that votes have been cast under names of deceased people and by nonresidents.
"We are asking Clark County to give us answers," Grenell said. "We have to have a system where legal votes are cast."
The Nevada Secretary of State's Office would not comment on the pending litigation Thursday.
"People getting as many as 18 ballots to their homes," Laxalt said. "To date, we still have not been able to observe these (ballot) signatures."
We firmly believe there are many voters that "are not proper voters."
The campaign would not answer questions from the media.
The Nevada Secretary of State said it would announce new results from Nevada's ballot count. Clark County officials are also set to have a press conference at 10 a.m.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.