From a Vanity Fair story:
“This is not about Huma’s e-mails,” a surrogate told me. “It’s about the e-mails generally. There’s a lot of things that got us to this point. But if Weiner hadn’t taken pictures of his weiner, we wouldn’t be in this thing.”
If the Clinton surrogate had stopped at “It’s about the e-mails generally" I might hold out some hope that the Clinton camp is capable of learning the real lesson of the email scandal, that she never should have needed to hide her emails from scrutiny on a private server in the first place. But the last sentence in the quote tells the real tale. That if Weiner hadn't screwed up again they would have gotten away with it legally and politically.
They still might.