WATCH: Fox News host cuts off Tree of Life synagogue member for pinning rise of anti-Semitism on Trump
'Fox Report' with Jon Scott (screengrab)

Fox News abruptly cut to commercial after a guest linked the rise in anti-Semitism to President Donald Trump.

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Joel Rubin was interviewed on Fox News following the fatal shooting at the Chabad of Poway in California.

Rubin is a member of the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh that was attacked exactly six months earlier.

"Why the rise in anti-Semitism, do you think?" Fox personality Jon Scott asked.

"We've seen a spike, quite frankly, since the election of Donald Trump," Rubin replied.

"'Jews will not replace us' was the chant in Charlottesville in August 2017, and just the other day the president essentially said they were fair and those are the words we have to watch from," Rubin said.

The host abruptly cut to a pain reliever ad.