'SNL': Congressman-Elect Dan Crenshaw Accepts Pete Davidson's Apology for Controversial Joke


Dan Crenshaw made a shock look on Saturday Night Live on Nov. 10 to simply accept an apology from Pete Davidson after the forged member made a controversial joke in regards to the congressman-elect the earlier week. 

"For someday, Republicans and Democrats agreed on one factor: I'm a dick," Davidson stated throughout his apology on "Weekend Update," the identical phase the place he initially mocked Crenshaw.

Once Crenshaw arrived on the desk, he stated, "Apology accepted." However, as soon as his telephone began ringing, his ringtone was a brand new music from Davidson's ex, Ariana Grande, known as "Breathin."

"I'm simply going to let it hold ringing," he stated. He then checked out Davidson, "Oh, are you aware her?"

The anchors and Davidson then agreed that it was solely truthful to let Crenshaw mock a photograph of Davidson, provided that Davidson had achieved so to Crenshaw the earlier week. "This is Pete Davidson. He appears to be like like if the meth from Breaking Bad is an individual," Crenshaw stated. "He appears to be like like Martin Short in The Santa Clause three," he added.

Crenshaw, a Navy veteran, ended the phase by encouraging Americans to commemorate Veterans' Day the next Monday by telling a veteran "Never neglect."

"You are implying that as an American, you’re with them," Crenshaw defined. "Connected collectively as grateful fellow Americans." Crenshaw and Davidson then stated "Never neglect" to 1 one other.

This article initially appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.