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And if you’re tolerant enough to enter a relationship with someone of another party, how many Muslim bans can one couple withstand?Steve Ward, a Philly native and the 36-year-old CEO of the national matchmaking firm Master Matchmakers, said dating has become “much more polarizing” since the 2016 presidential election.This has been a lot of fun, but I think we’re two completely different people,’” Leib, 32, of Center City, recalled.“And she literally got up and left.” Since Trump’s election a year ago Tuesday capped a divisive presidential campaign, changes have come to health care, environmental and immigration policy, tax plans, and our education system. Dating in the time of Trump seems to have changed the way couples court, debate and tolerate.That’s how it is for Kate Flaherty of Northern Liberties, a registered independent who voted for Hillary Clinton and said Trump is “blatantly racist” and a “misogynist.” She indicates in her dating profile that something she “thinks about a lot” is “how the hell we’ll survive Trump,” a move to deter Trump’s staunchest supporters from pursuing her. “I don’t like that who somebody voted for is a sign of their morality rather than just their politics,” she said. And I can’t look past that.” Annie White, a Philadelphia-based dating coach and founder of Sick of Single Dating Service, said she was floored this year when a client told her dating a Trump supporter would be “a nonstarter.” Since then, she said, she’s noticed an increasing number of clients indicating political affiliation is more important now than ever.

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Dr William Halford (right) allegedly injected Americans with a live herpes virus in an off-the-books trial of a vaccine for the sexually transmitted disease in 2013.

The company Dr Halford later founded to sell the vaccine received funding from Pay Pal co-founder Peter Thiel (left)Dr Halford allegedly used his SIU email account and phone number to arrange meetings with people he wished to use as guinea pigs for a herpes vaccine.