It's no secret that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is not on the same page as the mainstream media. One day after walking out of his own press briefing without allowing reporters to ask questions, Spicer clashed with the media once again.

Spicer's take

Not long after Donald Trump pulled off the shocking upset over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States, all eyes quickly shifted onto who he would surround himself with in the White House. One of the first names to be made public was Sean Spicer, who had previously held the job of spokesman for the Republican National Committee.

In his new role of White House Press Secretary, Spicer has had a bumpy ride which has mirrored that of his boss. The first three months of the new administration has been marred by constant controversy, including, but not limited to, the Russian scandal, in-fighting with staff and current advisers, backlash to policy proposals and executive orders, as well as questionable foreign policy decisions. Various times throughout the week, Spicer has been forced to put a positive spin on what is going on in the White House, but has stumbled along the way. As seen across Twitter on May 3, Spicer was mocked on social media for his latest actions.

During a press briefing at the White House on Wednesday, Sean Spicer took questions from multiple reporters, before holding an impromptu border wall demonstration in an attempt to explain Donald Trump's immigration plan.

Spicer went on to show images of the current border status, claiming that "Cars can literally create things and drive over. You have placed that people can get buried under," Spicer said, while pointing to the various images on the wall in question. While still pointing, Spicer noting, "That one they have cut through.

That one doesn't seem too effected in keeping people in it."

Twitter reaction

In response to Sean Spicer's press briefing, social media users didn't hold back their thoughts. "When Sean Spicer resigns from being Press Secretary, he'll have a bright future teaching 'Wall vs Fence' architecture courses," one Twitter user wrote.

"Sean Spicer seems to tell @charliespiering that #Trump admin's small fencing improvements to border IS a wall...

uhmmmm.... it's not tho..," another tweet read. "You just can't make this sh*t up. Sean Spicer talking about repairing the fence that is there," another Twitter user wrote. "It's excruciating to watch Sean Spicer stand on the podium and ramble about nonsense. When questioned he gives vague and nonsensical answers," a follow-up tweet read.