A lot of chaos has surrounded the White House as of late. Most recently the resignation of White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

Just an hour ago, around 1:30 pm, Business Insider ran a story suggesting White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was the frontrunner to take over for Spicer. This rumor had been circling news outlets for a while now.

Reported by MSN and several other outlets, less than an hour later news broke across the nation that Sanders, in fact, had done just that.

Spicer says farewell

Nearly a few month ago, twitter users bombarded Spicer after he held a press briefing attempting to explain Trump's border wall plans.

Spicer's tenure as WH Press Secretary only lasted 182 days. The most significant reason for his short time in the WH stemmed from his openly blatant disagreement with Trump over the hiring of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, a role Spicer held.

Spicer tweeted after the resignation, "It's been an honor & a privilege to serve @POTUS @realDonaldTrump & this amazing country. I will continue my service through August."

Huckabee Sanders journey

As the daughter of Mike Huckabee, two-time presidential candidate and governor of Arkansas, Sanders was raised in politics. "I always say that when most kids are seven or eight years old out jumping rope, she was sitting at the kitchen table listening to [political commentators] analyze poll results," Mike Huckabee explained to Fox News back in May.

During her father's gubernatorial reelection campaign back in 2002 she served as field director. In 2008, she served as his national political director. Most recently, Sanders headed his 2016 presidential run. After her father withdrew from the Republican party in 2016, Sanders jumped on Trump's campaign bus as a senior advisor.

She frequently become a spokesperson and since January assumed the role of White House principal deputy press secretary, sharing responsibility of press briefings with Spicer.

Sanders called her father an "inspiration" in an interview with Time. Time also included Sanders in there '40 Under 40' list back in 2010.

Reported by Time, Huckabee Sanders read a statement during Friday's press briefing on behalf of Trump.

"I am grateful for Sean's work on behalf of my administration and the American people. I wish him continued success as he moves on to pursue new opportunities. Just look at his great television ratings," the statement read. "Anthony is a person I have great respect for and who will be an important addition to this administration. He's been a great supporter and will now help implement key aspects of our agenda leading the communications team."