TORONTO (Reuters) - A dating website is pledging to match Americans who can't live with a Donald Trump presidency to Canadians looking for love, facilitating the pledge often made by U. voters to move to Canada if the real estate billionaire is elected.
Norbert College in De Pere, Wis., Wednesday, March 30, 2016. The Texas-based Goldman says he hatched the idea while watching Trump's "Super Tuesday" victories in March.
(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) A new dating website is offering to pair Americans with Canadian singles to save them from a Donald Trump presidency. During the primaries, American Google searches for "move to Canada" hit record numbers.
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The dating site was also active on Twitter, suggesting its matchmaking service would help Americans avoid the difficulties of gaining Canadian citizenship. ' in 2016," Twitter user @Kelda Pharris tweeted on Tuesday. Thanks @Maple Match," user @mollye_malone said on Twitter.
While the pledge to "move to Canada" has been made in elections past, it rarely plays out in reality. Bush's 2000 election and 2004 re-election -- other moments when liberal Americans pledged to move to Canada in protest -– suggests few followed up on their promises.
That said, frightened Americans can take solace in the fact that there’s a new dating website that aims to hook us up with Canadians in the event of a Trump-related national emergency., a dating website called Maple Match is pitching itself as the best way for Americans to flee their home country if Trump actually gets elected. In other words, if you’re an American who signs up right now, you’ll have a big group of people to choose from to help you make the trek up north.