Trump’s “Bad Hombres” Comment Sparked Endless (Hilarious) #BadOmbres Burns
Donald Trump says A LOT of things that make people cringe (to say the least), and that includes during last night’s debate, when the presidential candidate claimed that “we have some bad hombres here.” While there’s plenty we could say on that point, others were wondering if Donald meant something a little different. Perhaps he was talking about, well, #badombres. At least, that’s what Twitter assumed when it became the LOL hashtag of the debate.
Some folks were totally clarifying what Donald really meant…
— DavidCruzIII (@DavidCruzTMM) October 20, 2016
— joseph m. azam (@JosephAzam) October 20, 2016
— Katerina Torres (@katerinatorres) October 20, 2016
And some feel that he has a point…
— PhillyFoodGirl- Kass (@PhillyFoodGirl) October 20, 2016
The only time I will ever agree with Donald Trump. He's right we do have a lot of bad ombre's and they need to be fixed😂😂😂.
— Cletus (@l1m1t3d_ed1t1on) October 20, 2016
— Juice Fong (@jgfong) October 20, 2016
— Daniel Delgado (@DanDel1989) October 20, 2016
Though they don’t think Trump is the man to fix the issue….
The only bad ombre in my life was fixed by my hairdresser TBH#debatenight
— Jordan Hughes (@JayHillary) October 20, 2016
While there were those who weren’t into being judged for their fading ways…
— Lucy X Luckern (@lucyxluckern) October 20, 2016
— M.A. Miller (@maryallisonm) October 20, 2016
Although others felt he was being totally hypocritical…
— Jenni (@DCXn24Fan) October 20, 2016
— the tali lama (@notoriousTBL) October 20, 2016
Eventually, everyone was getting in on the joke…
And we mean everyone…
hombre:🚶 a man
ombré: 🌈 having colors or tones that shade into each other #debatenight
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) October 20, 2016
Watch out for those bad ombrés, friends!
What’s the worst #badombres experience you’ve ever had/seen? Tweet us @BritandCo!
(h/t Bustle; photos via Justin Sullivan/Getty)