Alan Dershowitz was on Newsmax talking about former President Donald Trump, suggesting there's a difference between inviting and inciting. The one anchor appears to attempt to cut him off as he's finishing his sentence, but it's somewhat unclear if they were simply closing down the segment due to time.

WATCH Dershowitz make his comments about Trump:

Dershowitz also suggested that he was not sure what Trump's defense team was even doing, also reported by Newsmax:
A short time after attorney Bruce Castor began Trump's defense Tuesday afternoon, Dershowitz questioned the lawyer's style on "American Agenda."

There is no argument; I have no idea what he's doing," Dershowitz told co-hosts Heather Childers and Bob Sellers. "I have no idea why he's saying what he's saying.

"He's introducing himself: 'I'm a nice guy; I like my senators; I know my senators; senators are great people.' C'mon, the American people are entitled to an argument, a constitutional argument."

In calling Castor's approach "folksy," Dershowitz said sometimes that works – but time will tell if this was such an occasion.

"[Castor] did say, I think very appropriately, that everybody wants to take revenge when they see a horrible [riot] that took place at the Capitol," Dershowitz said. "But then he went off. I just don't understand it. Maybe he'll bring it home, but right now it does not appear to me to be effective advocacy."

It was reported numerous times that Trump seemed uneasy or not happy on how his defense team was handling things, at times appearing to be unorganized.