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Donald Trump at "Celebrity Apprentice All Stars" season 13 press conference on Oct. 12 in New York.
Donald Trump has some unsolicited relationship advice for Robert Pattinson: Don’t take back Kristen Stewart.
Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to weigh in on speculation that the "Twilight" couple had reconciled after a cheating scandal and public breakup over the summer.
“Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again--just watch,” Trump tweeted.
Perhaps Trump was disturbed by the news that Stewart recently purchased a home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of L.A., just a mile away from the home she once shared with Pattinson.
“He can do much better,” Trump added of the actor.
Trump also gave his proclamations on several other notable people, including NFL star Michael Vick (“a great athlete but not a great quarterback”), President Obama (“just stop already”) and Anthony Baxter, maker of the anti-Trump documentary "You’ve Been Trumped" (“Take a hint and get out of the film business, loser.”).
On Sunday, BBC Two plans to air "You've Been Trumped," a documentary chronicling a battle between residents of Scotland who opposed Trump's attempt to turn a wilderness area into a golf course resort.
So did the business mogul have any praise to dole out? Trump did compliment Mitt Romney, tweeting that the Republican presidential candidate’s “proposed tax cuts for the middle class will spur record economic growth.”
Trump returns to NBC for an all-star season of "The Celebrity Apprentice" in 2013.
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