I don't want this thread to spend too much time on both email issues. in regards to wikileaks, i can't say any actual email furnished actually enlightened me on what was going on. Hell, the speculation that the DNC was pro-Clinton seemed so putative before the leak that the mere prospected of having 20,000 emails as evidence seemed like hitting the ball out of the park. The only two emails I've seen cited so far was one talking about Sanders and making a narrative, which later mentioned the DNC's hands were tied because of the impartial-ness rule (i.e. they could speculation on what narrative to create, but they can't actually publish it). The other email was one asking Sander's religion, which only seems damaging when you take into account the fact coming out as atheist is political suicide. The DNC made no clear intention of what to do with the information, and while that email still is suspect, not so much that I can't honestly say my entire political purview has been uprooted by the prospect that oh hey, guess what, the DNC liked Clinton more. In regards to Clinton's private email server: the entire issue seems like one blown out of proportion just because the prospect of disqualification was there. Any politician is going to be make mistakes when in office long enough--especially one with a record such as Clinton's--the question isn't if but rather when and how severe. And if the worst Clinton has done has sent emails on a private server, then that actually seems like a very good track record all things considered. But as I said, the only reason people care about Clinton's private email server is the fact the prospect of disqualification was there, and perhaps moreover, Clinton was an outlier in that most government citizens using private email servers would be disqualified from being in a similar position. However, once the story became politicized the FBI couldn't help but to not give a politicized decision.
Succinctly, I consider both email issues to be a distraction all things considered.
I don't want to comment on Trump on the moment; I'm sure others will have more to say.