"When is he going to get to 'Live from New York, it's Saturday night!?'" tweeted George Conway.
Trump's defense lawyer Bruce Castor Jr. began his arguments for the second impeachment trial against the former President on Tuesday and many were bewildered by the opening statements.
While his speech was meant to lay down evidence against the accusation that Trump incited the January 6th Capitol siege, Castor quickly found critics questioning what was actually being said on the Senate floor as he rambled through a slew of topics.
The confusion even resorted to right wing and Trump-supporting network Newsmax interrupting their broadcast of the trial to ask attorney Alan Dershowitz where he thought Castor was "heading with this."
"There is no argument," Dershowitz responded. "I have no idea what he's doing. I have no idea why he's saying what he's saying! Ya know, 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."
"He just went off, I don't understand it," he added. "It does not appear to me to be effective advocacy."
How bad is Bruce Castor's presentation in defense of Trump so far? Newsmax cuts into it so Alan Dershowitz can trash it.
"There is no argument. I have no idea what he's doing. I have no idea why he's saying what he's saying!" pic.twitter.com/3tVD9V3UcZ
Dershowitz wasn't alone, as Hollywood came to drag Castor too.
"What the f--- is this Bruce guy talking about? He's making zero sense and is really bad at this," tweeted Alyssa Milano, as Jeffrey Wright shared, "Just catching up on the #ImpeachmentTrial here. Is this ol' boy Castor a for real attorney?"
Rapper/actor Ice T chimed in, saying, "He musta got this Lawyer off Craig's List…" while director/writer Jon Favreau added, "Did Rudy Giuliani suggest Bruce Castor to make his legal skills look sharper by comparison?"
Did Rudy Giuliani suggest Bruce Castor to make his legal skills look sharper by comparison?