No liberals allowed: Trump supporters now have their own dating site

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  • Monday, 14 May 2018

The date's going well so far: No rants about the ex, you both share the same hobbies, and conversation is flowing. But then it starts flowing towards the iceberg that may sink this love boat: Trump. 

“Divisive” is probably the nicest way to describe the president of the United States, Donald Trump. He splits opinion so extremely, those on opposite sides won't even talk, much less go on a date. 

Luckily, at least for Trump supporters out there, there's now dating sites where they can find a potential politically like-minded soulmate. 

Trump.Dating promises to “make dating great again” so you can find the “America First partner of your dreams” – only if you're straight man or woman, that is. The site doesn't allow for any gay profiles. 

Trump's signature hairdo graces the logo of the site, which promises to match members on their “patriotic and political” viewpoints.  

A search for Charlottesville, in Virginia – where one could feasibly meet other Trump supporters quite easily in real life – turns up fewer than 20 male profiles. The island of Puerto Rico? Just two. 

But all in all, Trump.Dating is really just like any typical free dating website – albeit with a few more anti-Hillary usernames. And just think – your chances of making a Trump love match that lasts longer than his presidency seem to grow only better each day. — dpa

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