Reactions from both sides were not immediately known before the scheduled Thursday hearing.
State Judge James Russell in Carson on Monday clarified the way for the joint investigation.
Trump’s campaign is running in the state in the Nov. 3 election, with Democrat Biden gaining 50.1% of the vote, compared to Trump’s 47.7%. According to the Fox News results table.
Fox compiled data showing that Biden received support from more than 703,000 voters in the state, with Trump receiving nearly 670,000 votes – less than 35,000 votes.
In its challenges in Nevada and other states, the Trump campaign has questioned the outcome of districts with large populous cities with the largest number of registered Democrats – but most of the campaign’s lawsuits have not yet been successful.
Biden won two of Nevada’s 16 counties – Clark, which includes Las Vegas, and Washoe, which includes Renault.
The Associated Press reports that behind Jesse’s lawyer, who is leading the Trump challenge in Nevada, wants to prove that fraudulent votes have been reported in the state, and that Trump – not Biden – is the real winner there.
Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
President Trump released a Twitter message just after midnight on Tuesday, spreading the word about the judge’s decision to his 88.7 million followers.
“A judge in Nevada told Clark County officials the election equipment and sealed containers used in the 2020 election at 1:00 p.m.,” Trump wrote.
Voter registrar Joe Gloria and lawyers representing state and national Democrats did not oppose the site visit.
Russell’s court order noted that state law allows for the inspection of test reports and materials “related to equipment and projects used” in elections.
States face a deadline to resolve election conflicts before the December 14 presidential election college vote.
Governor Trump explodes
Meanwhile, Nevada Gov. Steve Sissolak issued a statement Tuesday denouncing a Trump tweet in which the president described the state election results as “fake”.
“At a time when all Americans need to be reunited during this historic public health crisis, it is unacceptable for him to continue to spread lies and sow distrust. Enough is enough,” Sisolak wrote. According to Fox 5 in Las Vegas.
Trump’s comments on Nevada’s election were retweeted on Twitter following allegations that the photo of hospital beds set up in a Nevada parking lot was “fraudulent.”
Democrat Sisolak defended the work being done in Nevada to fight the corona virus.
“They are not liars, as the president points out – they are heroes,” he said of state health workers.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.