But we suspect it won't be. When it comes to Ms. Clinton, her critics have never let any scandal die, no matter how ill supported it may be by evidence or how much time has passed. This election season has seen Republicans take after her not just for the email issue or her handling of the Benghazi attacks of 2012 (a revelation-free, multi-million-dollar Congressional investigation notwithstanding) but for ancient tempests in teapots as well. Donald Trump, her presumptive Republican opponent, has even dredged up conspiracy theories about the death of White House aide Vincent Foster more than 20 years ago. We expect to be hearing again about her luck with cattle futures any day.