Kristen Stewart tells us why Donald Trump doesn’t like her in ‘SNL’ monologue – Nationwide

Kristen Stewart hosted the Feb. four episode of Saturday Night time Are living and, in true SNL type, she ripped into one of the most display’s favorite subjects, U.S. President Donald Trump’s Twitter account.

Stewart, who was once the celebrity of Twilight together with her then-boyfriend Robert Pattinson, began off the monologue pronouncing she was once worried as a result of Trump, who she mentioned was once almost certainly looking at her, didn’t like her very a lot as a result of some Tweets he despatched in 2012.

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“4 years in the past I used to be relationship this man named Rob,” Stewart defined. “We broke up then we were given again in combination, and for some reason why it made Donald Trump cross loopy.”

She then learn off the tweets, through which Trump time and again known as for Pattinson not to reunite with Stewart.

The tweets are nonetheless on Trump’s Twitter account, right here’s what a couple of of them mentioned.

“The president tweeted about me 11 instances!” she mentioned.

She went on to provide any other reason behind why Trump could be so obsessive about their former courting.

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“To be honest, I don’t assume Donald Trump hated me,” Stewart mentioned. “I believe he’s in love with my boyfriend, as a result of he additionally tweeted this:  […] Open invite stands for Robert Pattinson.”

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