She has a photo of her at Trump’s inauguration on her dating profile.
Flicking through Tinder, in the interest of immersive journalism, I kept seeing a biography specific to 2017.
The photos were interchangeable: the look-at-me-with-my-niece-I’m-good-with-kids shot, the body-shot, and the look-I-visited-Machu-Pichu shot.
In stark contrast to the protesting masses, he was feeling celebratory.
But Lagana had taken the Trump badges and stickers off his tool bag, to avoid any reactions.
It wasn’t the best date she’d ever been on, but not the worst (this is New York after all).
But at first mention of her support for President Donald Trump, her Tinder match mentally checked out.
A man who asked to remain anonymous had been happily dating his girlfriend for almost three years, until “that nice little Tuesday on November 8th.” He didn’t much care about politics until this election.
Although he’s a Democrat, he says he would have voted for John Kasich if he had won the Republican nomination.
I think it’s hard to meet people that you’re going to have things in common with if you’re not putting your actual interests out there.” If your political ideology is going to be a deal-breaker for someone, is it worth figuring out before you go to the effort of putting on liquid eye-liner? Some men expressed relief to find someone who shared their politics. After matching with one man and swapping numbers, his text opener was to berate her for voting for Trump.