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“I could tell after I said that that he just wanted to get out of there and I thought it was surprising, especially since he said he leaned a little more right anyway,” this woman said.“I just said, ‘ok, nice to meet you.’” Following last year’s election, the Trump name isn’t just on the towering buildings of the New York skyline.It’s your typical midtown Manhattan happy-hour crowd: Groups of co-workers with buckets of beer, a family of tourists and a couple at the bar enjoying the tense chemistry of a successful-looking early date.It’s loud, the Yankees are playing the Red Sox and the doors are pulled back to allow the unseasonably cool summer air drift in from 32nd Street.She has a photo of her at Trump’s inauguration on her dating profile.“I decided that I did want to put it in there because I wasn’t being honest about it.

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For some in the city, it’s the latest dating deal breaker.

Many of the single people I spoke to for this piece, on both sides of the political spectrum, wanted to remain anonymous.

“Swipe left if you voted for Trump,” I’d see on one profile. The woman, a Chicago native, sought out the club because she felt politically isolated and sick of being told that she was wrong all the time.

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Other versions included “If you voted for Trump, we shall not hump” and the less rhythmical, more brutal: “If you voted for Trump, swipe yourself off a cliff.” Back to the bar, over a vodka and soda, the young Trump voter is discussing dating as a conservative in New York with Roger Sachar and Jay Cruger, fellow members of a meetup group called the New York Republican Club. “A date shouldn’t be like an episode of C-SPAN,” says Cruger, a charismatic 24-year-old paralegal from the Bronx. They never shy away from talking politics, even in the sometimes combative, predominantly Democratic dating landscape of NYC. She likes Trump’s economics and thinks that New Yorkers need a different perspective of the President.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.Flicking through Tinder, in the interest of immersive journalism, I kept seeing a biography specific to 2017.