I don’t think that’s the issue here. I’ve been a fairly consistent “sunshine” person when it comes to government operation where my attitude is that a need for classification of secrecy must be demonstrated before something can be classified, and then the government shouldn’t abuse that discretion.
That being said, campaign operations are not government operations. They are not subject to the same set of sunshine criteria, because I don’t want HRC so much as using a Bic from the State Department to sign an autograph. hillaryclinton.com is genuinely none of our business because we don’t pay for it, and especially because it doesn’t seem to contain any government classified information. That would be a serious concern. Instead we’re just getting a lot inside baseball and pragmatic political campaign calculations.
You’re being fooled by information asymmetry. The Russians have no interest in hacking and revealing Trump’s indiscretions. You think a dedicated state actor can’t hack their outdated servers? They absolutely can.