He sure is. All of that. But what the news media has been doing is making them all into a federal case. The term "Snowflake" is being used because people are going crazy over every single thing he does.
One perspective It like to use to illustrate this madness is the story of the time Trump was elected, he decided to go out to eat at a restaurant. He didn't like the idea of the press hanging around. so he ditched them and went to dinner. The press caught up to him, and the next day every news organization except for a few in the USA, and BBC was reporting the story like Trump did something drastically wrong. This attitude led me to believe that there was a fair amount of press that would never give Trump any benefit, any fairness or stable words when reporting.
If you go on YouTube, you can find election 2016 videos on how many in the news media lost all composure when Trump won. Not just that Hillary lost, but because they can only seem to hate him so much.
This Russian collusion investigation is more of the same. The Democrats lied about a Russian hacking event, the FBI showed up to get the information from the servers, and the Democrats told them "no". So the only real hacking story by the Russians, other than from Wikileaks, is all kept under wraps by the Democrat party. We just have to take their word for a hack.
Otherwise, there is no evidence of Russian hacking, and Papadopoulos was set up to pass the rumor on so that Rosenstein could claim to a FISA judge that even the news media was reporting the story. The judge acted then.
They had to treat Papadopoulos to the same notion by an FBI agent and an Australian diplomat. Then Papadopoulos began to talk to others about the Russians hacking because he heard it, when it was all a set up. Now, Papadopoulos has to go to prison because the FBI says he lied to them.
edit: My girlfriend and I are watching a football game. I will be back later to read your list again. As far as I know there should be little to disagree with. The Art of the Democrats is to use rhetoric to try to defame anything "Trump". I noticed that there is some of that in the list. It's rhetoric. You might not have noticed because who can you rely on to counter any one-sided liberal (or conservative in your country as I understand it), argument? It's rhetoric, because none of those charges and court decisions have anything to do with Trump or Russian collusion. This has been a hunting expedition, and the lack of evidence of Russian collusion in any of those decisions makes that very clear. But I will read it against to make sure I saw relevant information, who knows, I could have missed something.