A new dating app brings together supporters of Donald Trump and boasts the slogan Make America Date Again.
The application, DonaldDaters, was launched yesterday (Monday) and is available for iPhones and Android devices. Appalachian developers hope to encourage conservative young people to get to know. “For many of Trump’s young supporters, liberal intolerance has made meetings and dating almost impossible,” said Emily Moreno, CEO of DonaldDaters, who says support for the president has become “Deal Breaker.”
Therefore, Moreno says, she decided to create a new platform, “in which Trump supporters can meet without fear of talking about politics.” The app markets itself as a “singles community from America that brings together lovers, friends and Trump supporters alike.” Democrats are also invited to download the app. “We encourage freedom of thought and welcome anyone who downloads the app and joins our community,” DonaldDaters said.
DonaldDaters allows users to block “suspicious liberals” who are not interested in dating. It is similar to other matchmaking applications such as “Tinder” and “OKCupid”, and connects users according to a variety of preferences.
Trump’s strong feelings among his supporters and opponents influence the world of dating in America. The Hill website reported that many single Republicans are frustrated by the situation in clear democracies. Republicans in Washington testified that dating applications are insults about support for a ride.
Besides DonaldDaters, Trump supporters can also find love in Trump Dating or TrumpSingles. Trump’s enemies also have a way to get to know each other.
This year, the NeverTrump dating site was launched, which ensures that anyone looking for a relationship through the site will not run into the president’s support.
However, data from DonaldDaters has been leaking users data. The vulnerability of this app was discovered by a security researcher who was tweeting his findings
You should not use this app. In 5 minutes, I managed to get:
– the list of all the people registered
– personal messages
– token to steal their session
Thread ⬇️ https://t.co/72KdNJTrmk
— Elliot Alderson (@fs0c131y) October 15, 2018