I'm European. What Hillary did, with the emails thing, seems like an honest mistake by someone who's not very computer savvy. But all it revealed was that she's a workaholic and a different kind of nerd, a government nerd. She, for all her shortcomings, seems like a balanced and serious person, who can learn a lesson. And so did the secret services, once they understood what led her to do it.It saddens me that the intelligence community worried more about the risks she took than about the fact that Russia was involved in 'exposing' them. The FBI should be looking into it. Instead, they find more emails and, instead of taking one afternoon going through them (that's how long Edward Snowden reckoned it would take, although there were thousands of them), they announce it, like 'omg, she did it again, we found the other half of it', giving Trump a few days, at the final stretch, to narrow his gap. Then, of course, when the FBI director says nothing important was found, Trump just runs with that too with 'no way you could go through all those email in just a couple of days!' And people buy into that too, since they, like Trump, think that someone has to read every single email, one by one, in order for something to be found. This after months of Trump on the TV, 24/7, saying Hillary is a criminal. Republicans were basically brain washed (if that's even possible without a brain) into picturing Hillary, with a ski mask on, laughing like a Batman villain and saying: I'm so naughty! She was being practical and mistakeingly cut a few corners. No real harm was done, fortunately. She got it. Unlike Trump, she can learn. Time to move on and maybe figure out who exposed it and why. Who knows, maybe the people responsible have ties to the OTHER guy! Which was confirmed by themselves, both sides, AFTER the ellection.