Other than her stiff presentation (she always looks so lawyerly and stiff during these press conferences, which is such a marked contrast when she can be very warm and personable when she is candid) and the fact that she had a look like she was gonna cut someone by the time she was done, I thought she did what she should have done a while back. Explained why she chose to use one account (convenience- something everyone can understand), explained what was meant by the regulations and her interpretation of it, and basically set the stage for right-wing overreach. If I had wished one thing, it would have for her to have been less formal and more charming throughout most of it and then summoned some righteous anger when they kept pushing her about whether or not she would let someone go through her personal email. A firm “No, personal means personal and I am not letting Republicans go sniffing through my underwear drawer like they have been for three decades” would have gone a long way.
The most important thing she did, IMHO, was say that in retrospect, she would have used two accounts, which is essentially admitting she made a mistake, and reasonable and rational people understand how we all wish we had done something different and recognize that often times we do things for convenience and not out of malice. I also think this will shut up those one the left who were pulling their hair out (ie: ME and DiFi and others).
Now it is just time to sit back and watch the wingnuts go overboard, which they undoubtedly will. And lock the Begala/Carville/Davis asshole brigade in a closet and don’t let them in front of fucking cameras, for fuck’s sake, unless it is Carville taking time to explain how he is still married to that awful woman he calls his wife.