Los Angeles, Jan 21, 2017: Hollywood Actor Kristen Stewart says US President Donald Trump was earlier “obsessed” with her. Trump had in 2012 commented on Stewart’s personal life.
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“He was mad at me a couple years ago, really obsessed with me a couple years ago, which is f*****g crazy,” Stewart told variety.com.
“I can’t even understand it. I literally cannot even understand it. It’s such far-out concept that I don’t want to believe that actually is happening. It’s insane,” she added in reference to Trump’s swearing-in as the US President.
Trump’s presidential inauguration took place on Friday.
He had tweeted in 2012: “Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again — just watch. He can do much better!”
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When asked how Trump’s tweets made her feel at that time, Stewart replied: “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!'”
Stewart, who’s not on Twitter, quipped: “He’s probably, like, going to tweet about this.” (IANS)
Donald Trump threatens to stop all USA’s aid to Pakistan on this New Year.
Trump alleged that Pakistan misuses the funds and shelter terrorists.
Not only Trump, but Pakistan has been accused of the same by India and Afghanistan too.
President Donald Trump began the New Year on Monday with a blistering attack on Pakistan, saying it will get no more US aid as it was giving “safe haven to terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan”.
“The US has foolishly given Pakistan more than $33 billion in aid over the last 15 years, and they have given us nothing but lies and deceit, thinking of our leaders as fools,” Trump tweeted in his strongest denunciation of Islamabad.
“They give safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help. No more!” he added.
There was no immediate official reaction in Islamabad.
Trump’s announcement follows an increasingly tense back-and-forth between Washington and Islamabad after the US President unveiled his administration’s National Security Strategy.
He had then reminded Pakistan about its obligation towards helping the US because it got “massive payments” from Washington every year.
“We have made it clear to Pakistan that while we desire continued partnership, we must see decisive action against terrorist groups operating on their territory,” Trump had said. “They have to help.”
Pakistan is also accused by Afghanistan and India of harbouring terrorists ranged against the two countries. Islamabad routinely denies such charges. IANS