Davidson seemed to be aware of Crenshaw's background during Saturday's Weekend Update segment, in which he gave his "first impressions" of various candidates running in this election cycle.
"This guy's kinda cool", Davidson said when introducing Crenshaw. "I know he lost his eye in war or whatever". Crenshaw, a war veteran, wears protective covering over an eye he lost to a war-related injury.
Davidson, whose whirlwind engagement with pop star Ariana Grande recently broke off, went on to make fun of the physical appearance of several congressional candidates, including Rick Scott (R-Florida), Peter King (R-New York) and Greg Pence (R-Indiana).
"They probably should apologize, but I'm not going to demand an apology".
"I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it's nobody's business, and sometimes things just don't work out and that's okay".
Still, it doesn't look like Crenshaw is looking for an apology.
He lost his right eye when he was hit by an IED blast in Helmand province in 2012 during his third deployment, according to his campaign website. And here's the real atrocity in all this: "it wasn't even amusing".
"I have a thick skin", Crenshaw said, noting that when people, including his friends, make jokes about him, it "has to be original, has to be witty, and it has to actually be amusing".
Priyanka Chopra feels the 'bachelorette vibes'
In the evening, Chopra posted a brief video of herself giving Turner a piggy-back ride as they strolled through town. PeeCee can be heard saying in the video, "this is what you have to do for sister-in-laws these days".
McCoy laments 13-yard outing in Bills' loss to Patriots
Lastly, why the Bills thought they could repeatedly get away with assigning a tight end to block him, I have no idea. The Bills rank 31st in offense (23rd rushing and 32nd passing) and 6th in defense (15th rushing and 6th passing).
Manufacturing growth slows in October - PMI
Cost burdens increased during October, the report found, fuelled by rising raw material prices, particularly for steel and timber. That was up from a six-month low of 52.1 in September and above all the forecasts in a Reuters poll of economists.