New dating website wants to 'make dating great again'
A new dating website wants to make dating great again -- by helping users avoid America during a Donald Trump presidency.
The site, Maple Match, plans to match American users with Canadians they can escape to if Trump were to become president. According to its website, Maple Match "makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency."
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The founder and CEO of Maple Match is 25-year-old Joe Goldman. "When this election came about and I started seeing Donald Trump and the rise of his candidacy I started getting concerned, just like anybody else," Goldman told the Guardian. "I thought it might be interesting to try something like this out."
The full site hasn't launched but about 5,000 singles -- both Americans and Canadians -- have signed up already, the Guardian reports.
"As Barack Obama said during Justin Trudeau's official welcoming ceremony at the White House, 'we're two different countries, but we're like one big town,'" Goldman explained to Global News.
The site will begin matching users as soon as possible Goldman said.
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