President Obama will hold a press conference on Thursday morning at 11 a.m., according to the White House.

No topics were announced, but Obama is expected to reiterate his ongoing push to pass the American Jobs Act, his $447 billion job-creation plan.

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidGOP frustrated by slow pace of Trump staffing This week: Congress awaits Comey testimony Will Republicans grow a spine and restore democracy? MORE (D-Nev.) blocked a vote on the jobs bill when Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellOvernight Energy: Trump energy nominees face Congress | OPEC to extend production cuts Senate confirms Trump's first lower-court nominee Top GOP senators tell Trump to ditch Paris climate deal MORE (R-Ky.) sought to bring it to a vote in its entirety, gambling that the Democrats did not have the support to pass it without splitting it into separate pieces of legislation, which the White House strongly said it opposed.

Republican leaders in the House and Senate have pronounced the bill “dead” as a whole, but both sides of the aisle have indicated they can support certain components if it is split.

Obama will also likely take questions about the ongoing Occupy Wall Street protests, one of which is taking place in Washington, D.C., not far from the White House on Thursday, as well as the investigation into "Operation Fast and Furious.'  GOP lawmakers have been pressing the administration for answers on allegations that Attorney General Eric HolderEric H. HolderVoting advocates notch win at Supreme Court Flynn refusal sets up potential subpoena showdown House votes to expand death penalty for police killings MORE knew about the controversial ATF gun-tracking operation earlier than he previously claimed.

Obama’s press conference replaces the usual White House press briefing.