Chicago's NBC affiliate likes to run clips from Saturday Night Live as a lighter moment on the Sunday news, particularly if there's a Blackhawks or Bulls disaster coming up in sports.  Sometimes Meet The Press runs the same clip, and it's almost always some cheesy Democrat talking point.

Neither show ran any excerpts from the show of Saturday last.  That's unfortunate, as newly elected Texas congressman Dan Crenshaw and comic Pete Davidson performed the act of grace heard round the nation.  (Follow the link for the show excerpt on You Tube.)
Davidson came on the “Weekend Update” set and offered his apology, and then Crenshaw joined. He took some good-natured shots at Davidson — Crenshaw’s phone had an Ariana Grande ringtone (Grande recently broke her engagement with Davidson), and he mocked Davidson’s appearance — but then things took a more serious turn.

Crenshaw briefly spoke of the meaning of the words “never forget” to a veteran, saying that “when you say ‘never forget’ to a veteran, you are implying that, as an American, you are in it with them.” Then he addressed his next words to Davidson: “And never forget those we lost on 9/11 — heroes like Pete’s father. So I’ll just say, Pete, never forget.”
Mr Davidson's father served with the Fire Department of New York.

This Washington Post profile of Representative Crenshaw is also germane.
Crenshaw says he supports the president’s policies, save for the trade warfare, but prefers to comport himself in a manner that is the total opposite of the commander in chief’s.

“His style is not my style,” Crenshaw says. “I’ll just say that. It’s never how I would conduct myself. But what readers of The Washington Post need to understand is that conservatives can hold multiple ideas in their head at the same time. We can be like, ‘Wow he shouldn’t have tweeted that’ and still support him . . . You can disapprove of what the president says every day, or that day, and still support his broader agenda.”
Yes, or parts of it.

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