With just one week until President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, Democrats are still trying to cast doubts about the legitimacy of his resounding victory over Hillary Clinton.

Robby Mook, Brian Fallon and other members of the Clinton campaign have suggested that outside actors like Russia played a significant role in Trump's win.

On "Meet the Press," Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) said he does not believe Trump is a "legitimate president."

"I think the Russians participated in helping this man get elected. And they helped destroy the candidacy of Hillary Clinton," Lewis said on "Meet the Press."

In a series of tweets this morning, Trump offered his own take on why Clinton lost and Democrats are so upset:

On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld suggested another reason Democrats and liberals are so strongly resisting Trump's presidency before he's even taken office: They're afraid they might actually like him.

"What if you're just scared of falling in love?" Gutfeld said. "Have you ever been there, and you don't want to be attracted to somebody?"

"I think these liberals are going, 'Maybe he's not so bad. What if he's like us a little bit? Oh my god!' That's what scares them."

Watch more from "The Five" above.

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