May 10, As Donald Trump gears up to win the Republican nomination, some Americans are beginning to consider moving to Canada should they feel the need to flee the country after the November presidential elections. And with the help of Maple Match, Canada just got more attractive. Promising to "Make dating great again," the dating site MapleMatch. As the new site gains momentum, Maple Match gives users the opportunity to Tweet about its service: "Looking for a Canadian to shack up with in case of a Trump victory?
Dating site pairs Americans fleeing a possible Trump presidency with single Canadians
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Behold the new online dating site that will make Americans leery of living under a President Trump go, "Oh Canada. It's called Maple Match and it's the brainchild of a year-old Texan named Joe Goldman whose site promises to "make dating great again. Goldman told NBC News Tuesday he was inspired by repeated threats from friends in Austin to move north of the border if the likely Republican nominee defies long odds and actually wins in November. Goldman said he launched the site a week ago and 13, people have already signed up — a quarter of them Canadians. Related: Oh, Canada! Our first inquiries came from Billings, Montana. Goldman, who is single and also runs a higher education research company, said he too had signed up in hopes of finding his dream Canadian.
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