> She was being practical and mistakeingly cut a few corners. No real harm was done,
As an IT professional who handles confidential data, and data security, that act was not "cutting a few corners". The leaks show that she was using the private server for direct activity as the Secretary of State as a matter of course. I've helped fire people who were pulling such abuses, especially for sensitive data such as HIPAA protected medical documentation or FERPA protected educational records.
Like failing to scrub a computer for handing it over to another employee, or leaving your passphrases on sticky pads on your desk, it's a very foolish and normally unnecessary act. Please don't ignore the very real misbehavior revealed by these leaks and charges.
That said, the woman is _far_ less dangerous than Mr. Trump, whose insistence on gambling at every level of personal and professional life is legendary and constitutes a _much_ larger danger.