Dan Crenshaw Trolls Pete Davidson With Ariana Grande Ringtone

Dan Crenshaw Trolls Pete Davidson With Ariana Grande Ringtone

Dan Crenshaw for the way he looked, since Crenshaw is a war veteran who wears an eye patch as a result of his field injury from an IED on his third tour in Afghanistan. Dan Crenshaw, and on behalf of the show and myself, I apologize.

"I mean this from the bottom of my heart", Davidson said.

"If any good came of this", Davidson quipped, "maybe it was that for one day the left and the right finally came together to agree on something: That I'm a dick".

"There's a lot of lessons to learn here", he began. "Not just that the left and right can agree on some things, but also this - Americans can forgive one another".

Davidson then apologized to Crenshaw, who graciously accepted.

"We're good. Apology accepted", Crenshaw said, before his phone rang with a ringtone from a song of Davidson's former fiancée, pop star Ariana Grande.

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On last night's episode, Davidson not only apologized for the joke but even allowed Crenshaw to "even it out" by giving him a chance to say a joke of his own. That must suck. Can you imagine being Pete Davidson's mom? "He looks like if the meth from "Breaking Bad" was a person", Crenshaw said.

What's more he then turned the tables on Davidson to mock his appearance, and the failure of his relationship with Ariane Grande.

The incoming congressman ended by encouraging viewers to remember the sacrifices of those who served on Veterans Day weekend. The congressman-elect finished the segment with a honest request that Americans respect each other on Veterans Day and shook hands with Davidson as both said "never forget" to one another.

Crenshaw got his opportunity to roast Davidson before he called for Americans to unite and later honoring Davidson's father, who was a New York City firefighter who died on 9/11. He and Davidson then each respectfully told each other, "Never forget".

"Never forget", Davidson said in response, closing out the segment.