Tuesday night was a bad night for Clinton. Regardless of how she and her allies spin it, the reality is she lost a midwestern state that Obama won in 2008, a week after she
all but wrapped up the Democratic nomination.
Worse for her is Trump clinched the Republican nomination. He can pivot to spend all his time attacking her while she’ll continue to be dogged by “friendly” fire. In addition, it appears she may now have to answer questions about her rules-flouting decision to maintain her emails on a private server not at the State Department as she was unquestionably required to do.
Agencies that allow employees to send and receive official electronic mail messages using a system not operated by the agency must ensure that Federal records sent or received on such systems are preserved in the appropriate agency record keeping system.
36 CFR 1236.24 (Oct 2, 2009) (emphasis supplied).
She is absolutely the favorite to win the general election and Trump is even more despised than she is. Still Tuesday went about as badly for her as it could have gone. To guarantee victory in November, she must improve her acting skills. She claims to care about the people but most people don’t believe her. She’s needs to figure out a way to convince at least a few of in the teeth of the evidence.