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"Progressives have always believed that they know better," Tantaros said. "You're seeing that on the right this time around."

She said that every fresh attack on Trump illuminates the "arrogance of the establishment," as they try and go against the will of the American people.

Melissa Francis said it seems like Republican Party elites are trying to "save voters from themselves" with their anti-Trump campaign.

"[They're] saying, 'You just don't realize what you're doing. You're too stupid to understand what you're doing,'" Francis said.

Tantaros pointed out that every attack on Trump, however, seems to backfire for the establishment.

"Every time they attack Donald Trump, every robo-call Mitt Romney made, only helps Donald Trump," Tantaros explained. "They'd be better served just hiding for the next couple weeks and doing nothing."

Watch more discussion from the "Outnumbered" co-hosts above.

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