Donald Trump’s Debate Fiasco Leads to #BadHombresAMovie and #RapNamesWithBigly

During the final presidential debate, Trump’s use of “hombres” and “bigly” ended up being social media fodder.

GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump takes a drink of water during the third and final U.S. presidential debate in Las Vegas on Oct. 19, 2016. Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Donald Trump’s appearance during Wednesday night’s debate gave social media a lot to tweet about. When he wasn’t sniffing, Trump had several erroneous comments and downright lies about how exactly the government works, as well as Hillary Clinton’s stance on important issues. But his comments about undocumented immigrants got a lot of people riled up.

When Trump spoke about his infamous wall and plan to remove undocumented immigrants from the United States, he used a racist term to describe them.

“We have some bad hombres here, and we’re going to get them out,” Trump said.

Bad. Hombres.

And with that, the internet reacted just as you’d expect. First outrage:

Then came the humor:

But Trump didn’t stop there. As one Twitter user noted, Trump probably practiced pronouncing “hombres” for days. But there were two words he didn’t practice: “big league.” What most people heard was “bigly,” which of course didn’t make sense at all. But that’s normal when it comes to Trump. And shortly after bigly started to trend, the genius of black Twitter turned it into #rapnameswithbigly.

Trump once again got his ass handed to him by Hillary Clinton. Thankfully, it was the last debate and Election Day is almost here. And in the photo used for this article, Trump’s actually drinking white tears, not water.

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