Reporters at the White House press briefing on Tuesday shouted at Sean Spicer, the top spokesman for the Trump administration, when he ended the day's briefing without taking questions himself.

Spicer was scheduled to host the briefing in the afternoon but after giving a few announcements on the president, he turned the briefing over to Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney to discuss and answer questions related to the spending bill passed by Congress.

Once Kelly and Mulvaney were through, White House staff exited the room to shouts of "Sean!" from reporters wanting to ask him questions.

Some big news stories broke that reporters have not yet been able to ask the White House about at a briefing, such as a phone call that was supposed to take place earlier in the day between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The full briefing was carried live on Fox News but both CNN and MSNBC carried an event featuring an interview with 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.