Fair enough- if you didn’t make assertions about collusion, I’ll retract that part of my response aimed at those who did.
As to all the other issues, they are really held up as possible consolation prizes but nothing significant will come of them. The supposed campaign finance violations are over the payments made by Trump’s lawyer, Cohen, to Stormy Daniels for her silence after she threatened to go public with an affair. No campaign funds were used. Though Cohen pleaded guilty to violating campaign finance laws, the theory that these sort of payments were campaign contributions has never been successfully argued in front of a jury. The case of Jonathan Edwards was much more egregious, but he was not convicted. Trump also has a bullet-proof defense: his lawyer had a duty to tell him it was illegal if he thought it was. All the other items you cite can be handled by amended filings of forms with various agencies.
The larger point: just because you dislike Trump and oppose his policies doesn’t mean he is guilty of any crimes. You can’t beat him at the ballot box. So you try to abuse the criminal justice system to get him. You should realize by now it isn’t working.