Mystery object stuck between Sean Spicer's teeth at presser sets Twitter on fire

Poor Sean Spicer can't seem to get it right.

First it was his "mismatched" shoes, then it was his upside down flag pin -- and now, a third faux pas has catapulted the White House press secretary back into the Twitter spotlight.

Spicer experienced an anxiety-dream-turned reality during his Monday briefing with the White House press corps.

During the nationally broadcasted conference, Spicer addressed the country with what appeared to be some sort of leafy green vegetable stuck between his teeth.

Though it seems no one gave him the heads up before he took the podium, Twitter wasted no time in calling out his unfortunate error.

Brutal comments started rolling in only moments after the briefing began.

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'Something' stuck between Spicer's teeth at presser sets Twitter on fire
I desperately want a reporter to ask Sean Spicer what he has in his teeth https://t.co/hu3rRAwd6B
Sean Spicer’s teeth are a sanctuary city for spinach. #PressBriefing https://t.co/JgPelp2Qxx
yes, Spicer has some lettuce in his teeth https://t.co/depve79KSt https://t.co/dFfIJKQhp5
"Lettuce be clear...🥗"-sean spicer https://t.co/slflOzO2kn
It's appropriate that @PressSec has lettuce in his teeth since he speaks in word salads. #Spicer #Briefing https://t.co/HTbaX0DdS0
Gotta love how no one in the WH press corp will tell Sean Spicer he has lettuce in his teeth.
WHY DOES SEAN SPICER NOT LOOK IN THE MIRROR BEFORE THESE
The rotting food in @PressSec Sean Spicer's teeth is distracting and makes it hard to absorb today's WH misinformat… https://t.co/8OA7yj4y8j
Sean Spicer has something stuck in his teeth
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On the bright side, we know at least one person who must be absolutely thrilled about Lettucegate.

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