A new dating website is offering to pair Americans with Canadian singles to save them from a Donald Trump presidency. The website promises to "make dating great again,'' parodying the presumptive Republican presidential nominee's slogan. The Texas-based Goldman acknowledges that American have cried "We're moving to Canada'' before, but he says Trump's divisive policy proposals — like building a wall along the Mexican border and creating a national database of Muslims — make the call of the north all the more real. While the dating service has yet to launch, its waitlist has already attracted over 4, sign-ups — 70 per cent of them Canadian, according to Goldman. The site is more about love than a Canadian passport, he insists. He says the matching algorithm will pair people based on compatibility and mutual interest — even if that interest is a fear of Trump.
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W ith certain Americans joking about or seriously looking into moving to Canada if Donald Trump is elected president, one dating site is trying to get in on the immigration action. Contact us at letters time. By Sarah Begley. Get The Brief.
Dating site matches Americans fleeing Trump with Canadians
Maple Match is a matchmaking service like none other. The app, in other words, wants to help Trump-averse singles find love — and perhaps a new country to call home. At the moment, eager singles can sign up for early access when the dating app launches properly.
In every election, disgruntled Americans have long threatened to move to Canada if the candidate they don't like is elected. While few actually follow through with this threat, the election is no different. Several celebrities--ranging from Whoopi Goldberg to Miley Cyrus to Lena Dunham all declared that they would head north contingent on a Donald Trump victory, and one resident of Cape Breton Island has set up a site to help persuade Americans to move to the small island in Nova Scotia.