“The Right Stuff,” which has not yet been launched, is a new dating app built for conservatives living in major, liberal-leaning cities. And Peter Thiel is specifically shelling out $1.5 million into a seed round for it.
John McEntee, former President Donald Trump’s ex-political aide, is behind the app. He told Axios that “we’re excited to launch The Right Stuff dating app this summer. Conservatives deserve an easy way to connect.” It will launch first in Washington DC and will initially be invite-only, per the outlet. Billionaire tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel is reportedly investing $1.5 million into a new dating app for conservatives.
How to register on The Right Dating App
The app will be launched in the summer of this year. You can join the waitlist from the official website. It will be available for both ios and android users.
Go to the official website of The Right Dating App, then click on the option register or sign up. You can register with your Email id.
How to login on to the app
Go on the official website of the Right Dating App. Firstly, register with your respective email id.
Fill out all the options as required then sign up. After that, you are ready to use the app. You can log in with the same email id and password and use the app whenever you want.
Steps to Reset Password on The Right Stuff Dating App
The app is not launched. It will be launched in the summer for conservatives to connect. You can register and join the waitlist for now. The following steps are to be followed to reset the password.
Step 1– You can go to the official website and log in or you can directly login from the app when its launched
Step 2– while login put enter your email id and there you will find an option for forgotten password
Step 3– click on the forgotten option and fill in all the requirements and reset your password.
The Right Stuff app is set to be the new trend
This is the latest in a recent trend of Republicans creating their own party-specific apps, social media platforms, and publishing houses. Next week, Trump is gearing up to launch his social media platform, Truth Social, on February 21 with the goal of providing “open, free, and honest global conversation without discriminating against political ideology.”
The app has not yet been launched to the public and is being developed by John McEntee, a former political aide during Donald Trump’s presidency.
Thiel announced he would be leaving Meta Company
Thiel’s latest investment also comes just one week after he announced he would be leaving Facebook’s parent company, Meta, in an apparent effort to focus on backing congressional candidates who align with Trump in the upcoming midterm elections.
So far, Thiel, a longtime Trump supporter, has helped back Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters, and J.D. Vance, who is running for Senate in Ohio. However, Sean Freeder, an assistant professor of political science at the University of North Florida, previously told Newsweek that Thiel’s financial backings “may be more muted than expected.”
“While having a money advantage matters, the value of each additional dollar at some point diminishes quite a bit, and to the extent, these candidates will receive support from other Trump-associated PACs, and even Trump himself,” Freeder told Newsweek. “They may already have most of the money they’ll need to run 24/7 advertising.
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