Sarah Huckabee Sanders full press conference at the White House | November 27, 2018


White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has a press briefing scheduled for 1 p.m. ET today. This will be her first briefing from the West Wing since October 29. There was only one briefing in September, also.

Potential briefing topics today:
U.S.-Mexican border
-As tensions increase, DHS defends the use of tear gas at the border while critics call it inhumane.

-President Trump pushed back Monday on a “60 Minutes” investigation that found his controversial family separation policy impacted more children than the administration admits.

Russia-Ukraine conflict
-Russia fired on Ukrainian ships two days ago, captured sailors and forced them to appear in a confession video.

-President Trump responded by saying he didn’t like what’s happening, but did not call out Russia’s behavior specifically.

-U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley called on Russia to “immediately cease its unlawful conduct” during a United Nations Security Council meeting Monday.

Robert Mueller investigation
-This is the first official White House press briefing since Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned.

-Questions will likely be asked about Acting Attorney General Matthew Whittaker and his oversight of the Mueller investigation.

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