I also agree with my fellow #ImWithHer tribe that she is not given a fair shake, principally because she is a woman. The misogynistic vitriol that underlies much of the chatter among the pundit class is unAmerican, classless, and disgusting.
With the cards stacked as they are, this is not her problem. She has a long history of progressive execution that is unmatched by few, let alone any involved in the Presidential race. This resume should allow her to overcome even the most biased punditry and messaging.
She has been under siege for decades. Early attacks were ugly and unabashedly misogynistic (cookie recipes anyone?). A significant portion of attacks have come from "this place". It is understandable that her initial reaction is to withhold, to hunker down, even to blame others, given so many battle scars. This often worked - such a posture provided time for the narrative to move on, and opportunity for her to pivot.
Unlike Obama, Trump, and others, she is unable to rise above such criticism - to fully divest herself from the effects, and move forward with the persona and message free of its baggage. She takes it to heart, despite its origins and consistency. She breathes it. She internalizes it to a degree that allows it to both consciously and subconsciously affect her behavior. And this is what is killing her chances of becoming the 45th President of the United States.
My advice: explain how these experiences have created a visceral fear and contempt for those that seek to tear her down. Own the fear. Call it out. Exclude media that propagate narratives rooted in misogyny. And be honest about how this environment has caused you to react. Admit how such experiences led to bad decisions (private server?).
The American people will get it. They will understand. Trust the people and they will trust you.