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He says he has gained more quality matches on Bumble than Tinder, which he views as an app primarily for hooking up.On Tinder, I can get a dozen matches a night but most of them are either going to be non-starters, girls who don't respond, weirdos, or people who text back after a month and say 'oh I never check this app,'" he tells Business Insider.It comes as Mr Trump continues to be plagued by claims of sexism and sexual assault.He was forced to apologise after a video from 2005 showed him talking about grabbing women “by the p***y”.The candidate said he was “embarrassed” by the quotes but defended them as “locker room banter” and denied he had ever sexually assaulted a woman.Since then, several more women have come forward to allege they were attacked by the businessman.Whether it's shoes or humans, you can do the same interaction: push them away or pull them closer," she said."We want to fight this idea that you're shopping for humans.""Being able to express who you really are helps you find people who resonate with that," she says.
More still claimed to have been attacked by Mr Trump during an interview and at a party.
But on Bumble, straight women Siren, which launched in late 2015, abandons the swipe interface entirely.
Only available in Seattle and New York City, it features a daily question and a feed that displays users' answers (the idea being that people's personalities unfold and you have context for starting conversations)."The swiping interaction is fun, but when you apply that to people, you're reducing people to objects.
She also likes Hinge, an app that launched in 2014.
Hinge mimicked Tinder's swipe interface until October, when it relaunched as a paid app with a feed of profiles (which you "like" and message).Mr Trump and his campaign are yet to respond to the video featuring the 10-year-old girl or other allegations.