It looks like the Trumpster is already playing the role of sore loser.
The Donald Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit in Nevada against the Clark County Registrar claiming polls at a Clark County voting location were kept open "2 hours beyond closing time" on the final day of early voting.
The fact is, people were in line before closing, and Nevada state law allows registered voters to cast their ballot if they are in line before closing time.
Dan Kulin, a spokesperson for the county, told CNN that no early voting stations extended their closing times. They did, however, process voters who were in line at closing time to allow as many people to vote as possible. Trump lawyers are asking for an order to have the pertinent early vote ballots not to be “co-mingled or interspersed” with other ballots.
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway recently told CNN's Anderson Cooper that the Trump campiagn had no evidence that there was any wrongdoing at the polling location.
.@KellyannePolls told @AC360 they had no evidence that there was any wrongdoing at this polling location. @jimsciutto pic.twitter.com/Mrj4Ilo8FN— Correct The Record (@CorrectRecord) November 8, 2016