New dating website hooks up U.S. residents fleeing Donald Trump with singles in Canada


Maplematch.com website 
By: Feng Qian

A new dating website aims to help U.S. residents fleeing from their country to escape from a Donald Trump presidency.

MapleMatch.com promises to help expats living across the northern border find love if Trump becomes commander in chief.

CEO Joe Goldman of Texas, claims that so far, 4,150 people have registered for the site, 70 percent of them residents of Canada.

Goldman got the idea to launch the dating website after Trump did well on Super Tuesday. During the primaries, Google reported a surge in searches related to moving to Canada.

Ironically, the dating website copied Trumps’ slogan, stating that they aim to “make dating great again.”

“Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency,” the company wrote on its website.