If I were Hillary Clinton's campaign manager I'd urge her to go to China until the election is over. If nothing changes she's going to be elected President. Trump is as likely to do himself harm as he to improve his position, so that's an uncontrollable risk, and any 'response' to talking points can be managed by Hillary's hatchet men.
For her, the far bigger risk is that voters will see her for who she really is. So if she hides and stays out of the limelight, that's really her best shot. But if they put her out there in front of the TV cameras, and the public see's what a stiff, unlikable candidate she really is... then maybe all bets are off. Hillary has a great and effective machine at her disposal. But for all it's power, she's an incredibly weak candidate. And as soon as she gets out there, I believe it's going to become clear.
Do you know why there are so few female CEO's in corporate America? Because they aren't very good at it. Their hyper-emotionalism makes them seem petulant and irritable even when they're being rational. They are far better at nurturing children than they are at commanding men. Sure, there are a few who manage it, and a very few who manage it very well. But they are few and far between. And Hillary is not cut from their cloth.
Getting her in front of the public eye is Trump's best bet of becoming President. And if that happens, then the carnival ride really begins.
PS. If you live or work anywhere near Cleveland, I'd recommend stocking up on ammo just in case.