Five years back no one had imagined that Donald Trump would one day rule the United States of America. What is more, no one had even thought that his casual but acerbic tweets about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart would make a comeback and make him the butt of jokes.
For this is precisely what has happened and the joke is on Donald Trump now as Kristen Stewart tore him apart through her Saturday Night Live monologue, reports Maily Online. The 26-year-old actress slammed him left right and center for attacking her so openly for her cheating scandal.
Kristen Stewart started off by saying that four years ago she was dating this guy named Robert and then they broke up but got back together and for some reason it made Donald Trump go insane.
Those who do not know, in 2012 the current President of the US had posted a series of tweets about the relationship of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. He had said that Robert Pattinson should not take Kristen Stewart back as she cheated on him like a dog and would do it again. He also invited Pattinson to the Miss Universe pageant saying that it would make him reconsider.
Well, Kristen Stewart took a jibe at everything that Trump had tweeted and said that the President probably would not like her as she was so gay. The "Twilight" actress then remarked that to be fair, the President did not hate her, but he was actually in love with her boyfriend.
Notably, this is not the first time Kristen Stewart has taken a stand about the notorious President. She did it some time back at the Sundance Film Festival, claims Uproxx.
Kristen Stewart expressed her shock and horror at Trump becoming President saying that she cannot even understand it. The actress called it insane and said that in the past, he was just like a reality star and she had no reference. She also exhorted all the women to stand up to him and not be silent about misogyny.
Kristen Stewart said that she has never been a politically charged person but at this point, it was not political and was humanitarian. She asked all women to be a part of what they believe in.