On Thursday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer held yet another briefing at the White House. Due to the controversial nature and angry tone Spicer had during his engagement with the press, Twitter users made a point to mock the press secretary.

Spicer trolled

Over the last two weeks, the White House has been forced to defend Donald Trump over his recent baseless allegations that former President Barack Obama found a way to wiretap Trump Tower. Since the administration has yet to release any proof to back up their claim, the mainstream media and the majority of the American people have been critical of the White House.

Trump appeared on Fox News on Wednesday and vowed that information would be released at some point later this month, but no other details were given, prompting the press to speculate even further. On Thursday afternoon, Sean Spicer lost his cool on more than one occasion after reporters grilled him on the issue at hand. As seen across Twitter on March 16, Spicer was mocked and trolled to the point that his name went viral on the social media platform.

The official Twitter account for the Democratic Party kicked off their mockery of Sean Spicer by posting a GIF of Melissa McCarthy's "Saturday Night Live" impression.

Attached to the image, the Democratic Party also wrote, "When facts irritate @PressSec and the Trump @WhiteHouse," while using the hashtag "#FollowTheFacts." Activist RoseAnn DeMore also hit back at Spicer, tweeting, "Sean Spicer: 'The president respects taxpayer money.' #PressBriefing Meals on Wheels federal funding to be cut," while adding a meme about Donald Trump's budget cuts.

Author and Twitter user 'Howrudeareyou' also took to social media to criticize Sean Spicer, writing "Since Spicer thinks you can get less without it being a cut, let's reduce his salary by 50% and call it a raise." "Sean Spicer is pathetic.

He's sounding more and more like Melissa McCarthy parody of him," another social media user wrote.

Lt. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, decided to target the Press Briefing due to the Donald Trump administration's plans to cut the "Meals on Wheels" plan for seniors. "Results are pretty simple: 2.9M households w/seniors experience food insecurity. Meals on wheels helps make sure those people don't starve."

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As time went on, Sean Spicer became the butt of the joke on Twitter as many decided to go after the press secretary for continuing to defend the president and his agenda, using images from "The Simpsons" and Whoopi Goldberg's character in the movie "Ghost." After less than two months in the White House, it doesn't appear like Trump's favorability is going to be increasing anytime soon.