And I don't care which side of this issue you support, whether you're against a blatant violation of someone's private correspondence or if you feel like it was comeuppance for someone you don't personally like. I hate discussing politics. The only time I've ever taken an interest is when I thought someone on TV was complaining about a "pile of ticks" and I thought to myself "Yes, someone should definitely keep an eye on those ticks." But I will say that here, the president-elect is tweeting about yet another thing he knows jack squat about, because the hack is not really a matter of the entire DNC acting carelessly, and you might actually be surprised to know how easily most of it was done. In the case of the famous Podesta leak, for example, a fake but legitimate looking Gmail login page was used to steal user passwords.
This is what a fake Google sign-in page looks like.
This type of "spear phishing" is rapidly becoming the most common way to steal an email user's identity. Since the Hillary campaign used Gmail as their email host, the amount of sensitive information that was swiped was staggering. This just goes to show that you can be one of the most intelligent political minds in the game but an email server is really only as secure as its most naive user.