But it probably isn’t going to matter.
I say this for two reasons.
First, this issue is a dead letter in the Democratic primary thanks to Bernie Sanders who has referred to all this as her “damn e-mails”. By taking this off the table, Sanders handed Hillary the Democratic Party nomination.
Second, while the issue will still be relevant in the general election, it will be dismissed as old news especially if Donald Trump is around. After all, there is a GOP Debate tonight and if Trump doesn’t say something stupid then he surely will say something stupid before the end of the week. By next fall the dossier of dumb things said by Trump could fill a 32 volume set of the Encyclopedia Brittanica. In which case, Hillary will thank Trump as effusively as she thanked Bernie when he said the e-mail issue was out of bounds.
It is a shame because having top secret e-mails on your private server would land you and me in jail. It is also a shame because while she e-mails a truthful account of what happened in Benghazi to Chelsea she tell lies to the victims’ families.
Yet none of this will matter if the Republican Party insists on elevating stupidity and superficiality. And even if it doesn’t that stupidity and superficiality probably won’t go away.
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