Sean Spicer resigned Friday as press secretary to President Donald Trump. Spicer reportedly stepped down after opposing the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as the administration’s new communications director.

Spicer “vehemently objected” to Scaramucci’s appointment, according to New York Times White House correspondent Glenn Thrush. Trump asked Spicer to stay on as press secretary, but Spicer thought Scaramucci was a “major mistake,” the New York Times reported.

Spicer, perhaps one of the most-followed members of the Trump administration, has been watched closely by the public particularly since rumors emerged of his possibly-imminent ousting. The press secretary has provided no shortage of fodder for the internet, from his time as the White House easter bunny to the now-notorious “hiding in the bushes” incident.

The press secretary’s resignation was, predictably, met with a flurry of responses on Twitter and other social media platforms. Some users expressed awe that Scaramucci’s appointment was the straw that finally broke the camel’s back for Spicer.

“So, *this* was the thing that finally pushed Spicer over the edge? Brave guy,” one user wrote after the news broke.

“That’s what made him resign? Not the Muslim ban, fake inauguration numbers, Holocaust gaffes, this entire embarrassing admin,” another posted.

Another rather creative user wrote a parody of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” with a Trump-ian twist.

“I see a little silhouette of small hands, Scaramucci, Scaramucci, will you allow the video? Microphones and lightning, very, very frightening.”

“If Sean Spicer announces his own resignation, is it true?” another person wrote.

Other memes emerged, of course, of Melissa McCarthy portrayed Spicer in her Saturday Night Live role.

And, inevitably, GIFs of the press secretary fading into the bushes re-emerged.