White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will hold the final press briefing of the week Friday afternoon. The event is scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m. ET.
Sander should expect a bevy of questions on a wide-ranging number of issues, though the most prominent queries will more than likely have to do with various sexual harassment claims directed at members (or potential members) of Congress.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter late Thursday evening to share his thoughts on the revelation that Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) had acted in a sexually inappropriate manner in towards a fellow USO performer in the past. The president called the senator “Frankenstien” and speculated what other photos would reveal of Franken's behavior.
The subject of controversial Senate candidate Roy Moore will also likely be at the forefront of the press corps tongues. Moore, for his part, is refusing to back out of the Alabama special election despite mounting criticism and growing allegations.
There are also some policy things that may come up, like the recent passing of the House of Representatives' tax reform bill, but probably not.
Watch Friday's press briefing below, via YouTube.