If you were a guest on a Sunday morning news show, you were prepped to answer some variation of a question as inevitable as the news itself: What do you think of Hillary Clinton announcing her candidacy for president?

Here's how political guests responded (will continue to update):

Rand Paul, GOP presidential candidate, on CNN's "State of the Union":

"You know, I'm not sure that I will get to decide what's in the realm or not, but I do think that there is sort of a history of the Clintons sort of feeling like they're above the law. They said they weren't going to take donations from the Clinton Foundation during the period of time she was secretary of state, and there are questions whether they did."

Mitt Romney, 2012 GOP presidential nominee, on "Fox News Sunday":

"You've seen in polls and in discussions across the country a feeling that Hillary Clinton is just not trustworthy. This whole story about her having erased all of her e-mails even though they were subject to recall and review by Congress, I think that's made people remember that with the Clintons it's always something."

"And I think also the fact that she's been there a long time. She's a creature of Washington. ... I think people want to see change, want to see something new and Hillary Clinton is just not that person."

John Kerry, secretary of state, on ABC's "This Week":

"The secretary of state happily is able to not be involved in the presidential hurly-burly. I'm not going to get involved in it now."

"But I will say that Secretary of State Clinton did a terrific job of rebuilding alliances that had been shredded over the course of the prior years ... She will defend, I know, her own record for herself. It's not my job to do it. But I wish her well in this race and I look forward to being able to stay well away from it."

Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York, on NBC's "Meet the Press":

"I think, like a lot of people in this country, I want to see a vision. And, again, that would be true of candidates on all levels. It’s time to see a clear, bold vision for progressive economic change."

So you’re technically not yet endorsing her?

"No, not until I see — and, again, I would say this about any candidate, until I see an actual vision of where they want to go. I think she’s a tremendous public servant. I think she’s one of the most qualified people to ever run for this office, and, by the way, thoroughly vetted. We can say that. But we need to see the substance."

Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor, on ABC's "This Week":

"Hillary's going to be a very formidable candidate. There's no question about that. But she's got a lot to deal with this time that she didn't before. She's tied to the Obama administration. I don't think that is a plus for her. And recent polls show that there's almost an overwhelming demand for people to undo a lot of Obama's policies, both domestically and in foreign policy. She's going to have to explain how she's not going to be Obama's third term."