Donald Trump's utterance of "bad hombres" set Twitter on fire during the third and final presidential debate on Wednesday night.
The Republican nominee and Democrat Hillary Clinton tackled immigration early on and when Trump, who has pushed for a hardline stance on immigration, laid out his strategy he said he would get the "bad hombres" out of the United States.
“We have some bad hombres here and we need to get them out,” he said.
The billionaire’s attempt to insert some bilingualism into the debate quickly began on trending on Twitter.
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Political commentator Ana Navarro, a Republican who often criticizes Trump, offered a Spanish lesson. To some, it sounded like Trump said "bad hambres."
"Trump said some stupidity re 'Bad hombres': Spanish lesson 101: hombre=man; hambre=hunger; hombro=shoulder; ombre=Kardashian hair color," Navarro said.
Trump said some stupidity re "Bad hombres": Spanish lesson 101: hombre=man; hambre=hunger; hombro=shoulder; ombre=Kardashian hair color.
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) October 20, 2016
Trump's "bad hombres" was not the only utterance from the billionaire that caught the attention of social media users. When speaking of her Social Security plan, Clinton made a dig at Trump's and he immediately responded with "nasty woman."
Trump has no filter: "such a nasty woman!"
— Tim Dickinson (@7im) October 20, 2016
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