There are niche dating websites for everything from Star Trek fans to cat lovers and seafarers and even fans of the works of Ayn Rand. Why not a site for Trump fans, too? David Goss was at a Southern California bar on election night , scribbling down ideas to rename TrumpSingles. Since Donald Trump was about to lose the presidential election, Goss decided his site needed a new figurehead. Or at least a new name. By day's end, though, he received a news alert announcing that Trump had unexpectedly won the election.
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Trump's bombastic campaign to lead the Republican Party to the November presidential election has alarmed some Americans, both liberals and those in his own party, and the pledge by some to move to Canada if he is elected has gathered steam. In February, the island of Cape Breton on Canada's Atlantic coast marketed itself as a tranquil refuge for Americans seeking to escape should Trump capture the White House. The Maple Match website allows users to add their name to a waitlist matching dismayed U. The dating site was also active on Twitter, suggesting its matchmaking service would help Americans avoid the difficulties of gaining Canadian citizenship. Maple Match. Make dating great again," Twitter user RebekahSage said, playing on Trump's campaign pledge to "Make America great again. While the pledge to "move to Canada" has been made in elections past, it rarely plays out in reality.
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Subscriber Account active since. The dating game has become more political than ever. And now, two online dating sites — Trump Dating and TrumpSingles — have arisen to indulge one side of that growing divide. The two sites brand themselves as exclusively for supporters of US President Donald Trump, but they're not quite the first of their kind.
With Trump now the presumptive Republican nominee for the presidential election this November, nearly one in five Americans told Ipsos pollsters they would consider moving to Canada if he won. Among young people ages 18 to 34 year olds, the number is even higher with 28 percent planning to get out of a dystopic Trumpland. This past weekend, the comedy TV show Saturday Night Live portrayed a future vision of what America might be like in two years if Trump becomes president.