Seth Meyers' Spoof 'Trump Mingle' App Wants To Make America Date Again

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Tear down that wall around your heart by signing up to “Trump Mingle.”
On Tuesday, “Late Night with Seth Meyers” showcased its “fantastic and tremendous” spoof dating app, aimed at President Donald Trump’s supporters.
“One of the great things about ‘Trump Mingle’ is it only allows you to list your dislikes,” said one of its users in the parody promo.
Just be sure to read the small print before diving in.


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