The dating game has become more political than ever.
A 2016 Tinder study found 71% of online daters consider political differences to be a dealbreaker.
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It does feature a blurb on the polarization of American politics, and bemoans the fact that, "While searching for a potential partner on other dating sites, it's not uncommon to see messages like No Trump supporters or Proud liberal." Trump Dating also attracted criticism for striking an anti-LGBT tone right off the bat.
That's not the only major change Trump Dating has made so far.
The Wisconsin Gazette reported that Trump Dating previously hawked its intent to "deport liberals from your love life," although that boast has since been taken off the front page.
Trump Singles, on the other hand, promises to "make dating great again," but doesn't include much messaging on its front page. Once you're in, it asks you if you're searching for "fun," "whatever," "dating", or pursuing a "like-minded friendship." The dating site boasts an expansive age range — you can hone in on suitors from ages 20 to 92.
It also asks you to define your body type as either "slim," "average," "athletic," "a little plump," or "big and lovely." Both sites were riddled with accounts that used cartoons or stock images as profile photos.
Politically focused sites catering to Republicans and Democrats seeking love have sprung up in the past.