Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Patrick Kelley.
First and foremost: Attorney-Client Privilege is protected by the Bill of Rights. An attorney has to break the law in a major way before it can be appropriate to execute a warrant on their offices. President Trump has rights like any American. The notion that the federal government can abuse their powers by raiding his attorney's office to gain access to privileged communications is outrageous and flies in the face of constitutional law.