Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., is expected to discuss his fate in Congress during a Thursday speech on the Senate floor, according to Minnesota Public Radio.

Franken announced Wednesday he would hold a press conference after several Democrats in the House and Senate called on him to resign. Those calls developed Wednesday morning after a seventh accuser said he had claimed a right to grope women because he is an entertainer.

But it wasn't clear where Franken would speak. Franken didn't vote in the Senate on Wednesday, and didn't make any public appearances in Washington.

While Franken will speak on the floor, it isn't yet clear what he will announce. He is under tremendous pressure to resign, but Franken's office said late Wednesday that no decisions have been made, and that he was still discussing options with his family.

"Not accurate," his office tweeted in response to a story saying he would resign.

It's not yet clear when Franken will speak, but the Senate convenes at 10 a.m. Thursday.