After Donald Trump's tumultuous first two weeks as president, everyone knew "Saturday Night Live" was going to lift America's spirits with its spectacular satire. 

When it came time to select a host for the February 4 show, Kristen Stewart was the perfect choice for 11 reasons — or rather, 11 tweets. 

Stewart's monologue dove head-first into her past drama with our new president.

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“Um, I’m a little nervous to be hosting, because I know the president’s probably watching and I don’t think he likes me that much,” she started.

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“Four years ago, I was dating this guy named Robert and we broke up and then we got back together and for some reason, it made Donald Trump go insane.”

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“Now I know what you’re thinking, “That’s so crazy, the president tweeted about you once.” No, the president tweeted about me 11 times.”

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Nearly five years later, Stewart finally got the last laugh. She sealed the clap back with a little update on her relationship status:

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"Donald, if you didn’t like me then, you’re really probably not going to like me now because I’m hosting 'SNL.' And I’m, like, so gay, dude."

The "Twilight" actress has been open about her sexual fluidity, but this is the first time she's publicly referred to herself as gay.

Stewart opened up about dating women in an interview with ELLE last year (“I’m just really in love with my girlfriend," she told the magazine, referring to film producer Alicia Cargile), and she is currently rumored to be dating Victoria's Secret model Stella Maxwell.

After the monologue, Stewart was joined onstage by Kate McKinnon, the show's first openly lesbian cast member.

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A leather-clad Aidy Bryant also slid into the bit on a huge motorcycle, prompting Vanity Fair to suggest that this may have been "the queerest moment in 'SNL' history."

And the internet lost its damn mind.

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Kristen Stewart SNL gay
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Kristen Stewart SNL gay
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Stewart didn't have to officially "come out" on "SNL" — her sexuality is hers and hers only. But her openness did spark a conversation about sexual identity.

And in a world where the LGBTQ community is wildly under-represented, Stewart's "so gay" comment speaks volumes.

Watch the milestone moment in the full video below: