I suppose we should not be surprised that it took a sex scandal to bring low a presidential candidate who is, in so many other ways, thoroughly despicable. America, the eternally adolescent, is unfazed by mere hatred and calumny. America requires misbehavior that can be expressed in dirty words.
Many of Tr*mp's supporters, of course, are happy to accept that a vast "establishment conspiracy" has plotted against him, and that his "locker room talk" was just an innocent example of "boys will be boys." After all, talk radio has fed them similar conspiracy theories for many years. Others, predictably, don't see sexual assault as disqualifying. When you get right down to it, some Tr*mp supporters really are deplorable. (Not half, though! It's not nice to deplore people for their intellectual disabilities! Or am I being too "politically correct?")
As for the Podesta emails, they've been largely ignored partly because much of the public finds them too hard to understand. The rest of us just shrug and say, "So what else is new?" Looking forward to a Clinton presidency, I anticipate the same old absence of transparency and the inevitable tack to the right. The revolution has been postponed once again.