Kristen Stewart accidentally drops F-bomb in anti-Trump SNL monologue

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Trump in 2012 tweeted almost a dozen times about the Stewart and Pattinson's on-again-off-again relationship.

The next chapter in the Kristen Stewart and Donald Trump saga is here and it's probs the best yet. All of these tweets had to do with her cheating on R. Patz.

Kristen Stewart hosted Saturday Night Live on February 4, 2017 and had the audience in the palm of her hand right from the start of her opening monologue. "Be smart, Robert", he wrote in one tweet.

I love the way KStew paired the dress with high-waisted briefs, playing with the portions of her outfit. "'That's insane, the president tweeted about you once!' No no no".

The actress stated:"The president is not a huge fan of me".

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The crowd laughed as Stewart quoted yet another of the billionaire's tweets.

"No, I know what you're thinking. right?"

Stewart and Pattinson did give a go to their relationship even after the Rupert Sanders' scandal, but things did not work out between the two.

Miss Universe 2012 Pageant will be airing live on @nbc & @Telemundo december 19th. It can be recalled that the former girlfriend of Alicia Cargile and Robert Pattinson have been reportedly dating again after a very long time.

"Okay. To be fair, I don't think Donald Trump hated me", Stewart continued.

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While I'll be the first to admit that I don't think SNL is almost as good as it used to be (once Tiny Fey stopped writing) it most certainly has its moments.

"The president tweeted about me 11 times!" she said. Later Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant join her on stage with cigarettes and motorcycles in an attempt to match the persona Stewart portrays.

During the actress' badass opening monologue, Stewart accidentally dropped the "f-bomb", a mistake that only momentarily derailed her thought process.

Looking stunning in an edgy black dress that exposed her legs, Stewart began by mocking her association with the "Twilight" franchise, joking that she was on the show to promote the film's eighth anniversary on Netflix.

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