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Kristen Stewart Rips 'Little Baby' Trump For Obsessing Over Her Relationship With Robert Pattinson

Stewart spoke out to 'Rolling Stone' about Trump's infatuation over her relationship with Pattinson back in 2012 and how he called out her cheating in a series of posts on Twitter.

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In a profile for Rolling Stone, actor Kristen Stewart called out former President Donald Trump for his infatuation over her relationship with her Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson back in 2012, saying Trump acted like a "little baby."

In mid-2009, Stewart's romantic involvement with Pattinson began. However, in July 2012, she was captured in photographs with Rupert Sanders, her director from Snow White and the Huntsman, revealing an affair.

Sanders, who was 19 years older than Stewart and married at the time, publicly apologized for the indiscretion on the same day the photos were released. Stewart also issued a public apology.

The media backlash surrounding the affair took a significant emotional toll on Stewart, who expressed regrets and mentioned that she would have been willing to marry Pattinson under different circumstances. Despite the initial split, Pattinson and Stewart reconciled in October 2012, only to officially end their relationship in May 2013.

Complicating matters, Trump—who has cheated on all of his wives—shared his opinions on Stewart and Pattinson's relationship in a post on Twitter, now X, saying that Stewart "cheated on [Pattinson] like a dog [and] will do it again" and that Pattinson "can do much better!"

Before the theatrical release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, Trump posted that he hoped "Pattinson will not be seen in public with Kristen ― she will cheat on him again!"

Reflecting on that period, Stewart criticized Trump's involvement in her personal affairs, saying:

“Of course he had to weigh in on my tarring and feathering. It’s like, ‘What is this 20-year-old who has no idea about life doing to this man?’"
“He’s such a little baby. F**k you, b*tch!"

Many reiterated her criticisms.

Stewart has previously criticized Trump for his fixation on her personal life, dating back to 2017 when she expressed her disbelief in an interview with Variety.

At the time, she described Trump's obsession with her as "fucking crazy" and found the concept so absurd that she struggled to accept its reality:

“I can’t even understand it. I literally cannot even understand it. It’s like such a far-out concept that I’m like I don’t want to believe that actually is happening. It’s insane."

Stewart would later take a jab at the former President when she hostedSaturday Night Live, telling the audience that she felt "a little nervous to be hosting because I know the president’s probably watching, and I don’t think he likes me that much."

However, she quickly pivoted and made the decision to come out of the closet in the middle of her monologue, saying that if Trump didn't like her before "then you probably really aren’t going to like me now because I’m hosting ‘SNL,’ and I’m like so gay, dude."