I can't imagine anything Trump said in an email is much worse than the stuff he said in public, and the folks who voted for him would just say "oh, he's not serious about soliciting a bribe/killing a prostitute/doing meth with the leaders of ISIS, that's how everyone talks, blah blah blah" to justify it, so it sort of doesn't matter that the Trump campaign's dirty laundry didn't get aired by Russian hackers. They aired plenty on their own, and the mouth-breathing voters didn't care.
But sadly I have to agree with those knuckle-draggers a little: the emails made me less likely to vote for Clinton (I wasn't planning to anyway, though). The fact that the Russians interfered in the election and probably tipped it to Trump makes me very nervous about the future of democracy. If twitter bots and a few stolen passwords is all it takes to change the politics of the world - then we are all screwed, because some 13 year old on 4chan thinks chaos would be funny and your 80 year old granny believes every click-bait ad on Breitbart about Clinton killing children at pizza parlors.
If I were Trump, I would *at the least* call for a thorough investigation and levy massive sanctions/inflict serious retaliation on Russia. This kind of crap can't happen, IMO it's bordering on an act of war. I might consider resigning my office, too.
We know he will do neither of those things because he has no honor, but I can dream.
While I'm daydreaming, maybe the EC will decide to elect Kasich or Rubio... or Paul Ryan's dog. I'd go for anyone/thing that isn't obviously insane.
What a cluster.