Lich - the stuff you are saying as fact is not so cut and dry, and a lot of it should be rather concerning to the US in general. Privileged lawyer-client communications and their confidentiality are an integral part of the US justice system, and this raid is essentially about to set precedent that this can be just done away with when convenient. To give you an idea of why this is so dangerous: This is the equivalent of a cop placing evidence to convict someone they *know* but can't *prove* is a criminal. You'd think it's fine to do it to the "bad guy", but what happens when the cop is wrong? (And many times they are)
So, I think Trump is 100% right to be extremely mad about this, because I would be too. Now, of course, the media says that this is about Mueller. But Mueller was set to investigate whether there was collusion with Russia, not whether Michael Cohen had dirty backoffice deals pre-election within your country and without Russia. So, it already has escalated to "Find something" rather than the stated original purpose. They are playing it both ways: people like you think it's part of the Mueller investigation, whilst legally they say it is NOT part and they just referred the matter to a third party because they found something somewhere else.
Of course, if people have broken the law they need to be held accountable. But whilst all animals are equal, some are more equal than others - and what you are watching as a "soap opera" looks to me more like a horror movie for the long-term implications of politically-motivated prosecution based on illegally obtained information.
The release of Hannity's name as a Client (that Hannity is saying he has never paid legal fees so he is not, technically, a client but a potential one) seems 100% nonsensical at this point. This may change with time, but right now it seems like it was done to get headlines and try to create confusion among people to correlate: Mueller-Trump-Cohen-Hannity > CRIMES
That correlation and guilt by association, and what seems to be an essential fishing expedition are dangerous things to play with and cheer on. US law is based on precedent. This will come to bite regular people in the rear.
Oh, and that site you linked tried to hit me with an incredible 95 freaking trackers. I recommend you never visit it again, it's worse than Facebook.