Twitter finally bans Trump for repeatedly harassing gay Twilight actress Kristen Stewart

Twitter finally bans Trump for repeatedly harassing gay Twilight actress Kristen Stewart

WASHINGTON D.C.— On Tuesday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that the company had finally instated a permanent ban on Donald Trump's Twitter account, @realdonaldtrump, after the failed presidential candidate directed more than 38 unhinged, abusive and grammatically incorrect Tweets at actress Kristen Stewart. 

Trump has shown signs of senility since losing the 2016 election to President Hillary Rodham Clinton by 3 million votes.

The nonsensical attacks on Stewart came after Trump viewed a repeat episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’ hosted by the young actress on Monday night.

Within 20 minutes of the episode starting, Trump had unleashed a tirade on Stewart, calling her “Robert Pattinson’s bilgy-est mistake” and “a little skank who broke the heart of my good friend Robert Pattinson.” 

In her searing analysis of @realdonaldtrump's Twitter feed, New York Times book critic Michiko Kakutani writes that the vehemence, misogyny, emotionalism and incoherence of Trump's anti-Stewart rant grew "more disturbing" when he attempted to call Stewart "a whore" in three consecutive Tweets, each time misspelling the sexist epithet a different way.

In her review, Kakutani writes that Trump’s final Tweet was most telling: “I would never hurt Robert the way Kristen did. Call me Robert. Picture my lil hands on your…”

The Tweet ends abruptly and there is no follow up.

Jack Dorsey released the following statement after’s Trump’s ban: “Twitter will not tolerate harassment from deranged old men. Also, Trump’s adoration for Robert Pattinson is beyond creepy.”

Kristen Stewart offered no comment on the matter, only a deep stare as she bit her lip and ran her fingers through her hair. 

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