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David Goss was at a Southern California bar on election night 2016, scribbling down ideas to rename Trump Singles.com, his nascent dating site.
Since Donald Trump was about to lose the presidential election, Goss decided his site needed a new figurehead. He considered Wealthy Person Dating, but that didn't really roll off the tongue. The week before Inauguration Day in January, Goss counted 18,000 active people on his site, more than twice how many were using it on election night.
Trump supporters might have trouble staying on a date with someone wearing their "I'm With Her" Hillary Clinton campaign slogan T-shirt, or vice versa.
And, he figured, it would make for a fun thing to do until the nomination.
Over the past few decades, sites devoted to matching people interested in all manner of topics have popped up.
If you're a sea captain looking for a first mate, as it were, there's a site for you.
He even has a business partner."We didn't expect to make it through November," said Goss, 35, who used to help coordinate production for reality TV shows like "The Bachelor," "Big Brother" and "Life Below Zero." Until now, the most harrowing challenge Goss faced was riding a snowmobile across a frozen ocean during a blizzard in Alaska.
Now, he's building a site named after one of the most unpopular presidents in US history. Goss, who's married and lives in the Santa Clarita Valley of California, isn't the only entrepreneur to stumble into the world of online dating.
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