It's post-election: It wasn't the emails; it was sexism. How do we know?
Public Policy Polling found that in January, 42% of Donald Trump supporters said the president should have a private email server -- while White House advisors Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer and Jared Kushner are using email accounts set up through a private RNC email system.
Gov. Pence used a private email server for state business and was hacked.
Where are the lock-them-up cries? Clearly, no one cares about private email servers for state business -- as long as the user isn't a Democrat and female.