I figure that Trump decided not to attempt to prosecute Hillary because no matter what, one does not prosecute one's political opponents. She may be a felon, but it would look bad if he'd gotten the DOJ to enforce laws against her. It was a tactful, polite decision preserving basic civility and decorum at the cost of damaging the rule of law -- arguably a necessary sacrifice. Surely both parties will play by these rules.
And subsequently suffered through 4+ years of harassment, attempted prosecution and impeachment. Hell, they even impeached him AFTER HE WAS OUT OF OFFICE. So, sure, glad he was being so nice to Hillary.
Yep. I was angry he didn't actually go after Hillary considering we had Comey outright saying there was evidence she broke the law -- and leaking TS data is by definition considered a threat to national security. Trump took the "high road" here and it didn't help him. I hope he's learned his lesson. If re-elected he will need to be willing to outright ignore a Supreme Court decision to get anything done.