America couldn’t get enough of a line Hillary Clinton dropped during Wednesday night’s CNN/Univision debate after she dropped a “basta” on Donald Trump.

While immigration dominated a majority of the debate, right out of the gate the candidates were asked about Donald Trump and his anti-immigration comments.

“I called him out when he was calling Mexicans racist,” Clinton said.

“When he was engaging in rhetoric that I found deeply offensive, I said ‘basta,'” she said.

Within moments of saying it, searches for “basta” lit up the Internet.

According to Google Trends, searches for the word, which means “enough” spiked an incredible 2,550 percent.

Clinton has previously annoyed Hispanics for what they say is her pandering to them, including a post on her website that titled “7 things Hillary Clinton has in common with your abuela.”

While key moments always spike during debates, that’s a massive surge. But it wasn’t as big as “hispandering.”

For those keeping score at home, a poll released on Wednesday showed that Clinton would beat Trump by 13 points in a head-to-head matchup. While that’s huge, it’s less than the 18-point lead Sanders has over Trump.


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