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President Donald Trump walks from Marine One across the South Lawn to the White House in Washington, Sunday, May 7, 2017, as he returns from Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

1 in 10 couples have split because of disagreements over Trump, according to a new study


There are lots of reasons that couples might split: finances, career choices, family matters. 

And now, the president. 

New information from Wakefield Research found that one in 10 couples (married or unmarried) ended their relatively recent relationships over disagreements about President Trump. Young people are statistically even more susceptible to this trend, splitting 22 percent of the time. 

"Passionately opposing points of views are not only driving wedges between strangers and even friends, but we are now seeing evidence that this dissent is having a detrimental impact on Americans' marriages and relationships," according to Wakefield.

Meanwhile, Trump might have some relationship problems of his own to deal with.

The president is certainly inspiring break-up talk in other realms of conversation.

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