After President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that Rex Tillerson will be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo as secretary of state, plenty of political analysts and members of Congress had something to say about the high-profile shakeup in the State Department.

Opinions of Tillerson's ouster and his job as secretary of state ranged from praise to intense criticism.

“Our country was able to call upon the unique talents of Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, and our national security was enhanced through his service,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Tillerson “should be proud of his tenure” and thanked him for his work in the State Department. Graham also praised the decision to nominate Pompeo for the position:

Others weren't so enthused about Tillerson's job as the nation's top diplomat and were happy to see him go:

Some also voiced their suspicions that Tillerson's tough stand on Russia was behind President Trump's decision to get rid of him:

Congressional leaders decried what many have seen as chaos in the White House, questioning the timing of Tillerson's ouster and expressing hope that Pompeo can bring stability to the State Department:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) wasn't too optimistic about Pompeo's prospects in the position, arguing that “his credibility will be diminished as someone who could be here today and gone tomorrow.”

And Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) called Trump “the Commander-in-Chaos” after the move, the latest in a string of White House departures.

Despite all the ruckus over Tillerson's ouster, many members of Congress praised Pompeo's credentials and showed their support for his confirmation to the position:

But of course, not everyone liked the choice of Pompeo, with some accusing him of failing to faithfully consider the Russia investigation and slamming him on his positions on torture and other issues:

Rep. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) opposed both Pompeo's nomination and his replacement as CIA director, Gina Haspel, who would be the first woman to serve in the position.

“Before and after his confirmation as CIA director, Mike Pompeo has demonstrated a casual relationship to truth and principle,” Wyden said. “He has downplayed Russia's attack on our democracy, at times contradicting the Intelligence Community he is supposed to lead.”

As proceedings begin to confirm Trump's picks to fill the suddenly vacant positions, and regardless of where politicians stand on the news, many are just hoping for an end to the stream of departures at the White House.