The dating site – whose tagline is “Making dating great again” – launched in May 2016 and now has over 37 500 active users, it was reported.
In December last year, the site had just 12 000 singles signed up. But seemingly as a consequence of Trump taking office, the numbers have soared.
Goss, a Republican, has revealed that he is in talks with the production company Boxx Communications and its president and chief executive Mark Walker to create a competitive reality TV series for Trump supporters with politics at its core.
It is thought the show won’t be uniquely for members of Trump Singles and will be open to the public, but it may focus on the dating site’s users.
Walker, who has admitted that he’s not particularly political but “not in the Trump camp”, said: “We would love to create a show that can show different people’s positions and possibly bring them together.”
Goss has said he started Trump Singles to reunite a divided country and bring people back together – although some could argue that the site may actually make the divide wider.
At the moment, the show is still in development and doesn’t have a title, network or cable partner.
However, considering President Trump’s reality TV background, it seems fitting.