ByHeather Snowden, writer at Creators.co
Lover of bad puns, nostalgic feels and all things Winona.
Heather Snowden

What? Donald Trump, America's 45th President/reality TV star, once sent a flurry of tweets about Kristen Stewart's private life to his Twitter followers, urging her then-boyfriend Robert Pattinson to break up with her? And called her a pejorative term usually used to compare women to female hounds in heat? I cannot imagine doing something like that at all! Said nobody, ever.

Back in 2012, when Trump was mostly known for jabbing his finger at The Apprentice contestants and shattering their money-making dreams, he became pretty (read: way too) concerned about the goings on between the co-stars. He shared his anxieties with the world in a bizarre move that Stewart reminded us of while talking to Variety about her upcoming gig as a Saturday Night Live host:

“He was mad at me a couple years ago! He was really obsessed with me, which was f--king crazy, like what? I can’t even understand it.”

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In case you missed it, Trump, who's never been one to keep his opinions to himself, shamed in not one, but three tweets:

Understandably, Stewart was more than a tad baffled by the situation, saying:

“At that point, he was just, like, a reality star. I had no reference. It wasn’t like really a thing. But in retrospect, somebody reminded me of that and I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, you’re right!’ He’s probably, like, going to tweet about this.”

Yeah, he probably will. But then again, if he does, that'll just give her way more ammo to fire toward Trump as host — especially given she's staunchly against his election. As one of the countless thousands marching for women's rights and Planned Parenthood during this weekend's global , Stewart declared:

“I’ve never been the most politically charged person, but at this point it’s not political. It’s f--king so humanitarian.”

Stewart's SNL gig will air on Feb. 4th.

Do you think Kristen Stewart will make a good SNL host?

(Source: Variety)

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