• Scarlett Wiles Sanders is the eldest child of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Republican campaign consultant Bryan Sanders
• She was born on 10th May 2012 in the US and has two younger brothers, William and George
• Scarlett is often in the care of her grandparents, Janet and Mike Huckabee who wrote a book dedicated to his grandchildren
• Sarah Sanders has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million and Bryan Sanders of $5.7 million
• After ending her stint as White House Press Secretary, Sarah was appointed as a Fox News contributor on 6th September 2019.
Who is Scarlett Wiles Sanders?
Sarah Sanders is a noted campaign manager and political adviser, best known as the White House press secretary serving under President Donald Trump. Sarah is married to Bryan Sanders, a Republican campaign consultant from 2010. They have three children – the oldest is Scarlett Wiles Sanders.
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Scarlett Wiles Sanders Age, Childhood, Siblings
Scarlet Wiles Sanders was born on the 10th May 2012 in the US, and has two younger brothers, William born in October 2013 and George, who is the youngest and was born on the 8th June 2015. She is often in the care of her grandmother, Janet, and her grandfather, Mike Huckabee, who even wrote the book dedicated to his grandchildren, entitled “Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather’s Thoughts on Faith, Family, and the Things That Matter Most (2012)”.
Being just seven years old, Scarlett is still to enrol at school, but according to reports, she will attend Little Rock Central High School, as her mother did. For now, this is all that we can say about Sarah Sanders’ oldest child, but coming from a family deep in politics, we will be on the lookout and follow her career steps as she grows up.
Sarah Sanders Wiki
Born Sarah Elizabeth Huckabee on the 13th August 1982, in Hope, Arkansas USA; she is the youngest child of Mike Huckabee and Janet, having two older brothers, John Mark and David. She went to Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, and later enrolled at Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, with a minor in mass communications.
During her university years, Sarah was a student body president, and started being involved in Republican party campaigns.
It was back in 1992 that she took her first steps towards managing a political campaign, standing next to her father during his first campaign for the US Senate. In 2002, she was named the field co-ordinator during Mike Huckabee’s 2002 re-election campaign for governor of Arkansas. She continued her political career by then serving President George W. Bush, and since then has started her own consulting agency, Second Street Strategies.
Sarah has since led campaigns for several Republican politicians, including her father’s 2008 presidential campaign, Tim Pawlenty’s 2012 presidential campaign, and also worked for her father during the 2016 presidential race. However, after Donald Trump won the Republican nomination, she became his senior adviser until the end of the presidential campaign.
Becoming A White House Press Secretary
Following Trump’s victory, Sarah was named the new deputy White House press secretary, next to Sean Spicer who was the Press Secretary.
She would start replacing Sean when he was out on Naval Reserve duty, and continued to work in Spicer’s name when James Comey was relieved of his duties as an FBI director. She was behind Trump’s every word, supporting his and the actions of the whole administration. As Sarah continued to support President Trump, her position at the White House improved, and when Spicer announced that he is resigning, Sarah was made the new White House press secretary.
She was only the third woman in the history to hold the position, after Dee Dee Myers, who was appointed in 1993 and Dana Petrino back in 2007.
White House Press Secretary and Career After
Sarah’s stint as a press secretary lasted only until the 1st July 2019, when she stepped down from the position, following a number of media controversies, including admitting to lying during one of many of her interviews and briefings. After her stint ended, Sarah looked for a new challenge, and as of the 6th September 2019, she has been appointed as a Fox News contributor.
Net Worth and Personal Life
Sarah’s career has resulted in a considerable amount of wealth, and according to sources, Sanders’ net worth is as high as $1.5 million, while her husband, Bryan Sanders has a net worth of $5.7 million. Sarah and Bryan met for the first time in 2008 during Mike Huckabee’s 2008 presidential campaign. The two started a romantic relationship, and became engaged in August 2009 at Bryan’s family ranch in Kansas. The wedding ceremony was held on the 25th May 2010 on the Virgin Islands, at the Nazareth Lutheran Church in Cruz Bay.