Her campaign should have advocated for her ideas from the beginning rather than becoming a perpetual backlash campaign against Trump. Had Clinton focused on her goals for the presidency, people would have more faith in her and trust her more. In truth, as controversial as Trump’s campaign is, he has spent the last year or so boasting about what he will do as president. His goals, however misguided they may be, are clear. Clinton, however, has spent a significant part of her campaign focused on trying to bring down Trump. She has shown what lengths she will go to to destroy opposers. Yet, even then, she has stopped opposing to focus on what really matters ( and honestly has matted from the very beginning).
The problem with Hillary Clinton which plays at the general dissatisfaction of her claim to the presidency, is that she has a habit of acting and then retracting her actions. She employs, for the most part, the manner of act and ask questions later–whether it be regarding emails or Trump. Even if it is unintentional, her nature to do before consideration is not an effective characteristic for president.
She may be the lesser of two evils, but one must consider how evil in this society is measured. Clinton may encompass a greater in the nature of how she acts on issues.
Then again, we have yet to see Trump act on policy issues in a real life situation.