Donald Trump loves to pin all of America's problems on Latinos. 

In the first debate, the Republican presidential candidate blamed gun violence on immigrants. In the second debate, Trump didn't even know how to properly identify us. He actually asked if we're Hispanics or Latinos.

And now, in the third and final debate, which took place last night at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Trump reiterated his claims that Mexicans are "rapists and criminalsl" — by referring to us as "bad hombres." 

This is unbelievable.

Fox News moderator Chris Wallace asked the candidates about immigration reform. Trump obviously talked about "the wall" but he also claimed that "we have some bad hombres here and we're going to get them out."

Did Trump really pull a Tim Kaine and attempt to speak Spanish? Did he say "hombre" or "hambre" — because hambre in Spanish means hungry.

Trump is sorely delusional if he thinks he can steal Hillary Clinton's stronghold on the Latino vote by speaking Spanish and saying that we are bad people.

Here's nine reasons Trump's "bad hombre" move failed miserably.

Sorry, Trump, but your attempt to degrade Latinos didn't work — again.