WATCH: Rachel Maddow and Carroll Lawyer Rip Into Alina Habba

In his decades in business, Donald Trump has burned through scores of lawyers. As he faces some of the most important cases of his life, the former President is now scraping the bottom of the barrell. 

In the defamation case brought by E. Jean Carroll, Trump was represented by the inexperienced Alina Habba. Habba might sound good on a segment on Fox News, but she didn't seem to know what she was doing in the court room. 

On Monday night, Rachel Maddow interviewed Carroll, who was joined by her lawyers Roberta Kaplan and Shawn Crowley. The host asked the pair, "You are both very experienced trial attorneys. You have been up against some of the best and brightest opposing counsel and all sorts of different trials. How is President Trump’s lawyering? Is he well-represented in court?"

Kaplan responded, "But I — but I will say that what you heard just now in that tape of Alina Habba leaving the court and kind of yelling at the reporters, that’s what we heard every single day multiple times during this trial, but yelling at the judge. And it was unbelievably nerve-racking each time it happened, and it happens multiple times every day."

Crowley then weighed in:

"I think that she had a hard job. And you could definitely see a difference between her sort of style when he was in the courtroom and when he was not there. She was much more disciplined and, frankly, acted more like a lawyer when he wasn’t there. When he was, I mean, you could hear him telling her when to object and muttering things and loudly being frustrated with her."