I suppose you're right. I keep thinking Trump might have a shred of decency somewhere in there.
Regarding your ad hominem attacks on Bill Clinton, you yourself said he isn't the candidate. At the time, I was interested in the evidence, but most of the attacks seemed highly partisan and questionable, and they retain that appearance to this day. Ditto the extensions to Hillary. A few blowjobs don't bother me as long as it didn't interfere with his job performance. Impeachment? Didn't fly.
As regards Hillary herself, I don't like the nepotistic aspects, but the primary thing I dislike about her is the lawyer thing. I think she is mostly campaigning on President Obama's legacy, but she would be a terrible politician if she didn't reference Bill's successes, too. Oh wait, she might be a terrible politician, but I actually count that in her favor. Also don't like reports of her excessive ambition, but goes with the campaign and also helps explain why she decided to stick with Bill. (I wouldn't be surprised if she and Trump had similar attitudes towards the sanctity of marriage, but a divorced woman would have little chance of any sort in American politics.)
I think Bernie Sanders might have been a better candidate, but opinion polls are no proof and in many ways he would have been a juicy target, too. I actually regard it as unfortunate that the Democratic Party has been over-focused on Obama and Hillary for some years, which has contributed to the non-emergence of other prominent candidates. I suspect that Bill was interfering behind the scenes, too. (Maybe he's just too smart to use email for such things?)
Don't feel sanctimonious about Trump. Just considering the demographics. One of his largest voting blocs is poorly educated men, but about half of them are married to smarter women who have plenty of time to twist their husbands away from voting for Trump.