This article was paid for by Raw Story subscribers. Not a subscriber? Try us and go ad-free for $1. Prefer to give a one-time tip? Click here.One of ex-President Donald Trump\u2019s closest and youngest political advisors is developing The Right Stuff, a dating app for young right-wingers looking for love in Trumpland.It launches officially next month with $1.5 million in seed money from tech billionaire Peter Thiel.Ryann McEnany \u2014 sister of ex-Trump White House press secretary and Fox News contributor Kayleigh McEnany \u2014 explains how it works in a YouTube video.Like most dating apps, it has icebreaker questions for users to answer. But McEnany doesn\u2019t show any questions about pets, favorite foods, \u2018best vacations ever\u2019 or beloved movie quotes.Her demo shows The Right Stuff asking users for their \u201cfavorite liberal lie\u201d and a \u201cquick rant.\u201d There\u2019s also a fill-in-the-blank sentence that begins, \u201cAlexa, change the\u2026.\u201dThe woman in the video inserts the word \u201cPresident.\u201dMcEnany explains users must attach photos of themselves engaged in fun activities with family and \u201cpeople you love.\u201d The demo shows a young woman golfing as Trump leans over her, grinning and giving the thumbs-up sign.\u201cWe\u2019re sorry,\u201d McEnany says to her unseen audience,\u201cthat you\u2019ve had to endure years of bad dates and wasted time with people who don\u2019t see the world our way: the right way.\u201dThe app was co-founded by three former Trump world figures, including John McEntee, a former Trump administration official The ABC News\u2019 Jonathan Karl called \u201cthe man who made Jan. 6 possible.\u201dJohn McEntee managed Fox News social media accounts before he joined the Trump campaign in 2016. He was 29 in 2020 when Trump hired him as Office of Presidential Personnel director.During his tenure, McEntee froze all political appointments in the federal government. He ordered department heads to search for anyone who wasn\u2019t fully loyal and devoted to Trump and remove them. McEntee\u2019s new role was controversial for he had been fired from the White House in 2018 for being unable to get the required security clearance.The controversy didn\u2019t put a dent in his clout, even after Trump lost the election and insurrection ensued.\u201cMcEntee and his enforcers made the disastrous last weeks of the Trump presidency possible,\u201d Karl wrote in The Atlantic. \u201cThey backed the president\u2019s manic drive to overturn the election and helped set the stage for the January 6 assault on the Capitol. Thanks to them, in the end, the elusive \u2018adults in the room\u2019 \u2014those who might have been willing to confront the president or try to control his most destructive tendencies\u2014were silenced or gone. But McEntee was there bossing around Cabinet secretaries, decapitating the civilian leadership at the Pentagon, and forcing officials high and low to state their allegiance to Trump.\u201dStuff\u2019s other cofounders are Dan Huff, Trump\u2019s Housing and Urban Development deputy assistant and tech expert Isaac Stalzer.Ryann McEnany\u2019s Twitter profile describes her as a Digital Marketing \u0026 Brand Communications Strategist with 171,200 followers. Her tweets this week describe Liz Cheney as \u201ca nasty woman\u201d and rejoice over her primary loss with \u201cLiz Cheney has been so out of touch with reality and a disgrace to her own party... but tonight justice was served.\u201dThen, \u201cI can\u2019t wait for Trump to win again.\u201dTwitter\u2019s response to the app she promotes is mixed.@govmikeyd tweeted \u201cIs this (app) named after the movie about a Democratic senator?\u201d The reference is to Democratic Ohio Senator and trailblazing astronaut John Glenn whose story was told in the film classic, The Right Stuff.A potential male user was annoyed by The Right Stuff\u2019s offer to let women use the premium app free if they convince two female friends to join.\u201cWhy is this app \u2018Woke\u2019 giving privileges to women?\u201d @anothergamer demanded in his tweet.Another dating app launched in 2008, The Righter seems to be the Stuff\u2019s main competition since it also targets Trump-loving singles. Created by former banker Christy Edwards Lawton, who once boasted to NBC news that conservatives have better orgasms than liberals, Righter\u2019s Google Play entry warns potential users that it is \u201cnot a hookup app\u201d and has a three strikes, you\u2019re out policy toward users who are crude or abusive.Unlike Stuff\u2019s focus on Gen Z and millennial users, Righter pitches to older users, too. And it has an unorthodox perk.\u201cRighter is the first dating app to have a medical component to it, With RIGHTER Medical, access to a doctor that specializes in sexual health is only a click away,\u201d Lawton writes on her LinkedIn bio. Use Righter \u201cwhen you\u2019re tired of getting swiped left on for your political beliefs.\u201dOut of 724 Google reviews, Righter averages only 1.1 stars with 5 being the highest rating. Many of the reviewers complained about technical glitches.\u201cI have the age set to 18-28, but I consistently get people very well over that limit,\u201d one reviewer wrote. \u201cThere are also issues with liberal trolls on there. I already ran into several.\u201dMcEnany says in her promo that membership in The Right Stuff is by invitation only.Another dating app for Trumpers called Donald Daters seems to have vanished after Motherboard discovered a 2018 security breach that exposed user data in an open database.RepublicanSingles may be the David to McEntee\u2019s Goliath. University of Kansas alum Jason Daniels began developing it in 2015 and launched it this month. It welcomes both libertarians and conservatives \u2014 and its promotional video never mentions Trump.\u201cWe have Trump supporters and Trump haters,\u201d Daniels told Raw Story, describing his membership. \u201cI\u2019m big on freedom, so I allow my members to say what they want, excluding threats against me or my company, threats of violence against anyone, or anything involving illegal activity.\u201dAsked for the biggest difference between Stuff and RepublicanSingles, Daniels replied wryly, \u201cI\u2019ve had to build mine on a shoestring budget, driving Uber to fund it along the way.\u201d He told Raw Story that he bought the domain on a \u201cGoDaddy auction with the last $1,000 to my name, after negotiating the previous owner down from $5,000.\u201dHis first site and app went live in September 2018, but Daniels continues to work on it nonstop to refine and improve it.\u201cI redid everything last month,\u201d he said.He relaunched the new version this month. The app has 11 reviews but almost all were written before this year\u2019s overhaul. The average score is 2.4 out of 5. Complaints focused entirely on tech issues.The site\u2019s mission statement outlines Daniels\u2019 conservative principles: supporting the Second Amendment, opposing same sex marriage, life begins before conception. However, Daniels realizes not all users may not precisely reflect those views because he has Libertarian friends eager to use the app.Daniels also discusses Jesus as the Messiah when he lists conservative values. But he says Jewish members have joined RepublicanSingles and \u201cI don\u2019t preach at anyone. I just pray they find their way to their Messiah as I have.\u201dStuff\u2019s website has a template for anyone interested in joining. But there is no information other than McEnany\u2019s video about what values it expects its users to possess other than Trump love.During the Obama Administration, the market for politically filtered dating apps was clear. Pew\u2019s 2014 polarization survey found that 30 percent of conservatives said they would be unhappy and disapprove of a relative marrying a Democrat, and 23 percent of Democrats disapproved of relatives marrying Republicans.Yet so far, the media coverage of The Right Stuff has been skimpy. And the press hasn\u2019t noticed one snafu: there\u2019s already a dating site called The Right Stuff online.It\u2019s strictly for faculty and graduates of the eight Ivy League universities---Brown University, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth College, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton and Yale\u2014plus some other elite, prestigious schools. The full list is posted on The Right Stuff website. It includes Stanford, Vanderbilt, UCLA, Northwestern, Vassar, University of Chicago, MIT, Brandeis, Princeton, New York University and Juilliard.Potential members must submit proof they have a diploma from one of the elite universities. The site lists acceptable forms of proof: a copy of the diploma, a page from an alumni or faculty directory that includes the applicant\u2019s name, photo of an alumni or faculty card, a copy of one\u2019s \u201calumni magazine with computerized address label intact, any correspondence from the university indicating that you are a graduate or faculty member, copy of your transcript. (Our eyes are blind to grades).\u201dThere are special interest groups for the smartypants Right Stuffers, ranging from downhill and X-country skiers and dancers to foodies and \u201cpolicy wonks; this is the right time for discussion.\u201dRaw Story asked Dawn Touchings, the Cornell alum who founded the Ivy Leaguers\u2019 The Right Stuff in 1993, whether she was concerned about confusion between the two dating services.Touchings emailed back, \u201cI am concerned.\u201dShe declined an interview saying it would be \u201cpremature\u201d at this time.