In general I see a lot more attention paid to the slashing of social programs attacks on science funding and other demolition of social safety nets on social media and in the news sources I hit than Russia, though there is also a lot of mocking his stupidity. YMMV.
If you're saying "don't forget that there are other major issues in Trump's attacks on the fabric of society, and these are things we need to act on," then yeah, definitely. But don't dismiss how incredibly serious the Trump campaign's likely collusion with a foreign adversary engaging their military intelligence to attack US targets to manipulate an election is. That issue presses the need for impeachment in a way that's far harder to avoid than any other for the Congressional GOP, and the ongoing FBI investigations into many of his staff aren't making their jobs easier.
Also, there are solid reasons to believe Trump is stupid, and that should scare the crap out of us all. His current behavior hasn't changed from his past behavior. The outrageous stupidity of Trump's public statements is fully in character with how he's behaved his whole life. It is in part a manipulative attempt to grab media attention, but it's not because Trump's a genius. Every biographer and person who knows him think's he's infantile, not remarkably intelligent, and can't cope with ever not being the center of attention at all times so he acts out constantly. A number of the stupid things he's publicly stated have directly harmed his own agenda. That's way, way scarier. It means an emotionally stunted nitwit holds one of the positions of greatest responsibility in the United States, will continue attempting things that are obviously stupid, impractical, and damaging, will have no hope of understanding basic economics, and will be a hapless fool manipulated by his incredibly poorly chosen staff and other foreign leaders - that's absolutely terrifying, but also fits with how he's always been.