You Vote: Does the Mar-a-Lago raid make you more or less likely to support Trump?

Republicans have decried the raid as an example of government overreach targeting political opponents.

The FBI raid of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida on Monday night has seized the attention of the political world.

Trump's critics concluded the raid proved he broke the law and should be prosecuted.

Trump's supporters, meanwhile, expressed concern that the FBI is being weaponized for political purposes. Even some prominent Democrats critical of Trump said the government needs to explain itself for the raid.

Other observers, including renowned legal expert Alan Dershowitz, don't support Trump but described the raid as government overreach. Dershowitz said the operation was part of an effort to get Trump "disqualified from running" for the presidency again.

Following the raid, are you more inclined to stand by the former (and potential future) president against a biased Justice Department or to oppose him as the government targets him for alleged mishandling of classified information? Here's your chance to weigh in:

Does the FBI raid of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate make you or more or less inclined to support the former president?