The site's tagline is even a slight wink at users: "Making Dating Great Again," an homage to Trump's campaign slogan.
By May, Goss began asking friends to create profiles and test the site.
But niche dating sites focused on religious affiliations -- like JDate and Christian Mingle -- are popular too. That doesn't mean using sites like this is a good idea, said Nicole Ellison, a professor at the University of Michigan School of Information.
Now, he's building a site named after one of the most unpopular presidents in US history. Goss, who's married and lives in the Santa Clarita Valley of California, isn't the only entrepreneur to stumble into the world of online dating.
(Facebook requires dating site advertisers to obtain permission from the company first.) Still, his site has attracted people from Europe, Africa, Australia, Russia and even Mexico. "It's very tedious." Goss attempted to contact Trump's staff, since he is using the family name without some sort of an agreement. The White House didn't respond to a request for comment.
Despite his success, Goss wishes the site wasn't so popular. But that hasn't stopped him from setting up his first meet-up event at a local bar.
So it's probably no surprise Goss had the idea for his website after stumbling across Bernie in February 2016 as the primaries were heating up.
At first he was going to create a Trump style me-too site as a joke. "Everyone on the left is hating the right, and everyone on the right is hating the left," he said.