Back in the day, Hillary Clinton didn't think that the contents of her husband's -- or her own -- papers were anyone's business: "I'm not going to have some reporters pawing through our papers. We are the president." [Quoted in Blood Sport: The President and his Adversaries, by James B. Stewart]
But now she thinks that it's her business if a video game (rated for sale to 17 and over only, btw) includes a sex scene that can only be accessed intentionally, after voluntary purchase of the game and acquisition of a special program to unlock the sex scene.
Presumably the papers of public figures who are mired in scandal and litigation are more a matter of public interest than what you and I are looking at on our PlayStations.
And this assclown wants to be president?