Kristen Stewart accidentally curses, talks Trump tweets on 'Saturday Night Live'

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The new US president asked the boyfriend of FKA Twig to break up with her after she was caught cheating on him with the "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders.

Kristen Stewart hosted the February 4 episode of Saturday Night Live and, in true SNL fashion, she ripped into one of the show's favourite topics, U.S. President Donald Trump's Twitter account.

In an interview a year ago, she said, "I had to have some answer about who I was".

But rather than tweeting about their relationships once or twice, K-Stew highlights he actually commented on her relationship with Rob 11 TIMES. "But that is so OK".

Kris started by saying she felt a little nervous about hosting the show because she doesn't think Don "likes me that much, here's how I know". Open invite stands for Robert Pattinson.' So, yeah that's insane, right?

Stewart reached a hilarious conclusion after reading a couple of these tweets.

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Reports have it that the emphasis of Kristen Stewarts on her sexuality is a form of shade her former lover boy. Kristen has made it clear that she is trying to put her Robert Pattinson and "Twilight" days behind her.

Towards the end of her monologue, Kristen shared her excitement for her hosting duties and accidentally dropped the "f-k bomb"!

The actress quoted several tweets by the president, in which he accused her of cheating on Pattinson "like a dog" and urged the actor to break up with her.

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 crowd cheered and clapped as Steward ended her monologue, joined by comediennes Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant.

"OK, so we've got a great show and I totally care that I'm here 'cause it's the coolest (expletive) thing ever". While I'm not necessarily sure I'm on board with the idea of SNL continually stunt-casting roles like this, Melissa McCarthy was absolutely hysterical as Sean Spicer, bringing the same gravitas that Alec Baldwin brings to Trump.

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