jb: If Hillary says she is "confident" of something, you can safely assume that the opposite is likely to be already in the process of happening . . . It is either delusion, wishful thinking, or a deliberate attempt to shorten the news cycle - by leading into a bad event saying "there is going to be nothing to see here," and then when the bad event happens contrary to what she predicted, it gives her another chance to say "see, I told you, this is not the end of the World, so there is nothing to see here" . . . and that's one (awkward) way to manage the news media . . . but what else can she do? . . . She had to fix the primary, or else Bernie would have won . . .She had to deny her email scandal until after most states had voted, or else Bernie would have won . . . Now she will try to delay any other scandals until after November, so voters can forget about it AFTER the voting . . .But Wikileaks? . . . She's doing the same lead-in as with the FBI / email scandal, "nothing to see here, nothing will happen, I look forward to having all my statements confirmed as truthful" . . . But when someone else speaks, or when something leaks out, things are never what she said they would be . . . Wikileaks saving it's bullets for closer to the election? . . . they might be . . .