CHRIS WALLACE, FOX NEWS SUNDAY: Brit, there's been a lot of talk about how Clinton is going to take a softer, more intimate approach this time than eight years ago. What struck me looking back at that video, that's exactly the kind of tact, the tone she set last time. So, it seems to be her go-to move.
What do you see going in? What are her strengths and weaknesses on day one of her campaign?
BRIT HUME, FOX NEWS SENIOR POLITICAL ANALYST: She has huge advantages. She's better known than any Democrat in America or any Democrat running in this election year. She has tremendous body of support and supporters that dates back years.
She has a huge fund-raising apparatus. She has, you know, professional people around her. She has long experience. She knows the issues.
But at the same time, she has tremendous baggage. I mean, do America -- American people really want another four, eight years with the Clintons and their weird marriage? Do they really want more of the kind of behavior -- you know, the deceptive behavior we saw with regard to the e-mails and all the rest of it which is so redolent of Clinton administrations and Clinton experiences past?
And then, there's the fact that the public is hungry for someone new, she is not somebody new. She is old. She is not the new.