Donald Trump Slams Kristen Stewart on Twitter, Says She Cheated on Robert Pattinson ‘Like a Dog’

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Donald Trump tweeted a stern warning to Robert Pattinson on Wednesday amid reports that the Twilight hunk is rekindling his romance with his cheating co-star Kristen Stewart.

“Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart,” Trump, 66, tweeted Wednesday evening. “She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again — just watch.”

“He can do much better!” He added.

The tweet came less than a week after it was reported that Pattinson and Stewart — who spent the summer apart after Stewart, 22, was caught cheating on Pattinson with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders — had an intimate date Saturday night at Los Angeles hotspot Chateau Marmont.

According to reports, the on-again couple ”snuck into the garden from a private side entrance,” where they spent the entire night ”whispering very close and intimately.”

Trump’s aggressive tweet triggered a massive response from his followers, prompting the Celebrity Apprentice host to double down.

“Lots of response to my Pattinson/Kristen Stewart reunion,” he wrote. “She will cheat again–100 certain–am I ever wrong?”

Let’s… not answer that one.

Trump — who confirmed the cast of the forthcoming all-star season of Celebrity Apprentice last week — has a long history of feuding with celebrities. Among the many: Rosie O’Donnell, Wolf Blitzer and Cher.

By the way, Trump knows a thing or two about cheating. In the 1980s, he had a years-long affair with Marla Maples that ultimately broke up his first marriage, to Ivana. He married Maples but admitted he had a hard time remaining faithful to her, and their marriage lasted just five years. He’s been married to third wife Melania since 2005.

Just sayin’.

What do you think of Trump’s tweet? Does he have a point? Or is he totally off base? Sound off, below.

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