I agree with you that some of the focus on him has been lacking on some past presidents. I've said several times in this forum that the one great advantage of President Trump is that focus - from the public and from the press. If Hillary had won it would have been a whole lot of business-as-usual. Whatever shenanigans she did thru the Clinton Foundation likely would have continued and, while I'm sure it would not have gone without scrutiny or some commentary from the mainstream press, there is absolutely no chance it would have been consistently front and center the way the Trump stuff has been. There is no doubt there is a double standard in play here. That doesn't mean I think he doesn't deserve the coverage and the negative press, but it does mean I wish the press had been this diligent and passionate for the past 2 freaking decades. There has been plenty done since the 2000 election that should have sent people marching into the streets but Obama was largely immune to this (although the Occupy Wall Street movement did happen on his watch).
So, if your point is that the 24/7 of the President and porn star is beyond ridiculous - I agree. Until and unless someone can show that some federal law (like campaign finance laws) were broken (and that may be coming soon), it's between him and his wife. I do think that reporting that the President had slept around is relevant in that it goes to his moral character, but I think we've gotten the point that he's an immoral person and the coverage has gotten ridiculous.
But, if you're point is that the whole warrant and potential criminal investigation against his lawyer, and potential him, is because people don't like him - that is where I disagree. That I think is a serious problem, and I don't think any president would be able to shrug that off. The problem is there has been so much bullshit on him that it's tough for people to even register with this. It's just one more story in an endless barrage of stories about how awful he is. The press has actually screwed themselves here, because here is a story the public should really be paying attention to. This has implications that a sitting president may be involved in federal crimes and at least his lawyer may be indicted. That is certainly something the public needs to know and should care about. But, it is almost impossible to take any of it seriously because of the fatigue factor.
He may blast the press about their constant going at him, but I think they have done him a favor. It's become the "boy who cries wolf" syndrome. Now that the wolf may actually be lurking, no one believes it.
btw, side note - when my oldest son was in 1st grade he had to read a very short version of the parable "The Boy who Cried Wolf" and then answer some questions for homework. I helped him with it. There were 3 or 4 questions. The last question was "what is the lesson from this story?". Without missing a beat my son said (I will never forget this) "If you're going to lie, only lie once". That's my boy!
Is it baseball season yet?