Dating a convicted sex offender
The site's premise, at least, makes some sense: "Like-minded people have a far better chance at success in a relationship," as a news release announcing the site's launch put it this month.
5 launch announcement on the Daily Caller, is Sean Mc Grossier, with an i, though it is sometimes spelled as Mc Grossler in the same advertisement.
When details of the crime went public during a race in 2011, Jodi Riddleberger wrote on Facebook that her husband had since undergone “Redemption.” As of Tuesday, the Riddleberger’s photo had undergone a retraction from Trump.dating’s homepage. Dating image.” The statement also mentioned that a previous version of the site incorrectly allowed married Trump supporters to look for dates.
Instead, visitors are greeted by a stock photo of a middle-aged couple who can also be found advertising gum recession treatments. Trump.dating’s spokesman, as mentioned above, gave his name as Sean Mc Grossler.
But try to register and the first thing you're asked is whether you're a "Straight Man" or "Straight Woman." Gay people (let alone bisexual, transgender or queer) simply don't exist in the menus.
He's even embraced them on occasion - giving a shout out to the "LGBTQ community" in his Republican National Convention speech, for example.