Pete Davidson Gets Dissed By Dan Crenshaw Who Has Ariana Grande Ringtone

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Dan hilariously asked, "Oh, do you know here?" Davidson said since he made fun of a picture of Crenshaw the previous week, it was only fair for him to return the favor. Dan Crenshaw showed up just as Davidson was apologizing for having said the hero looked "like a hitman in a porno movie". He added, "Can you imagine being Pete Davidson's mom? it cant be easy having everyone mad at your son and roommate".

Republicans and veterans groups quickly condemned the joke, with Crenshaw saying: "What passes for humor these days is not what used to pass for humor and that's the big tragedy in all of this". But then he turned more serious to note that from this incident, they learned Americans can forgive one another, and since it was Veterans' Day weekend he wanted everyone to connect with a veteran.

Then, one last dig: His ringtone was a riff from "Breathin, '" by Davidson's ex, Ariana Grande.

"The producers did reach out privately and said, 'Hey, we apologize.' Apparently, this wasn't scripted", Crenshaw told Houston ABC affiliate KTRK, as reported by ABC News.

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A shocked Davidson then smirked at the camera as Crenshaw continued to let his phone ring.

"We can remember what brings us together as a country and still see the good in each other", Crenshaw said.

He also urged Americans to say "never forget" to a veteran for Remembrance weekend. Maybe say, "Thanks for your service.' But I would actually encourage you to say something else; tell a veteran, 'Never forget, '" he explained. Never forget the sacrifices made by veterans past and present. "So I'll just say, Pete, never forget". "When you say 'never forget" to a veteran, you are implying that, as an American, you are in it with them.

The appearance from Crenshaw came after the show opened up with a sketch mocking the firing of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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