She feels safe enough to "come out of the woods," exactly the time for a Trump administration special prosecutor to launch a broadside.
Mentally strong people don't need five months to overcome setbacks. Thomas Edison famously said: "I have not failed 10,000 times. ... I have succeeded in proving that those 10,000 ways will not work." Instead of dwelling on setbacks, true leaders are resilient and persistent. Their passion for their mission - or goal - is independent of external circumstances.
On the campaign trail, Trump promised supporters he would "lock her up" for what he considered to be criminal activity. He even told Clinton to her face: "If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. Because there have never been so many lies, so much deception." If he were president, he added: "You'd be in jail."
Bottom line, President Trump should pursue his campaign promise to investigate Hillary. He may feel she's suffered greatly, but the American people have suffered far more. Besides, she appears to need serious psychological aid. She will only hurt herself and others by "coming out of the woods" to resume her old ways.
Who knows, Hillary Clinton might look great in orange pantsuits.