There’s no doubt our current president is causing some major divisiveness in our country, and it seems all that political bickering is moving into the bedroom. In case you missed it, a new report suggests that Donald Trump is increasingly becoming the cause of relationships ending.

A survey by Wakefiled Research finds that 10% of couples, both married and unmarried, say their romance ended because of disagreements about politics, with that number increasing to 22% for millennials.

And that’s not all, the survey find that 22% of Americans are aware of couples who’se relationship has been negatively impacted specifically due to President Trump’s election,” while 24% of couples admit that since Trump’s election, “they and their partner have disagreed or argued about politics more than ever.”

And divorce lawyers are backing up the survey results. "In my 35 years of matrimonial practice, I have never seen so many couples split over a political disagreement as with the Trump election,” New York-based divorce attorney Lois Brenner tells Fox Business News. “I am frequently mediating these disputes between couples to help them draft a postnuptial or separation agreement.”

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