Americans are fatigued by the revelations of Hillary Clinton's State Department e-mails. Partisans are trying to keep the issue alive, but there has been nothing new for months. Most Americans are not talking about the issue. They are focusing on Donald Trump and the outrageous things he says, including hurling insults.
There is nothing more to learn about the supposed e-mail 'scandal.' This was a desperate attempt by Republicans to stop Hillary Clinton from becoming President. It doesn't appear that it has worked, and now is the time to move on. People are tired of hearing about it, and losing interest in the issue altogether.
We're talking about someone who may become POTUS. We must have confidence in her integrity, honesty, ability to do the job on behalf of US, the American people. There is much to doubt, and little to give us confidence. If Clinton is innocent then she should be happy to let things play out. Burying it would be a bad move for an innocent person to make.
The Hillary Clinton email scandal just seems like it will not go way. It seems like new information about classified emails, and potential hacking attacks against her server keep popping up in the news. Many Americans continue to show concern over Clinton's poor judgement to use a private email server while she was secretary of state. In short, no, many Americans are not growing tired of this issue.
Although American voters have been hearing about Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal for years, the details are now more relevant than ever. As the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Mrs. Clinton has an obligation to demonstrate her trustworthiness and common sense to American voters, and she has been shown time and again to have misled and lied to investigators in this matter. The American people have an obligation to fully understand the extent and potential consequences of Mrs. Clinton's use of a private e-mail server if they are to properly assess her fitness for the presidency.