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After hearing stories of Trump supporters getting ditched on first dates, he built a dedicated social network where fans of the Republican nominee could meet each other and, ideally, find love.
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It just rules out one potential source of conflict." Given our current political climate, the possibility of your candidate of choice becoming a “source of conflict” while dating seems like an understatement.