I am a Republican. I use various web sites daily to get news*info. What I see ***% of the time from Huffington post, is a clear indicator that you are trying to influence public opinion and political opinion, rather than just reporting the news. One big reason, that nobody can deny, is that EVERY single article about Trump, or anybody in his administration has a very negative, very bad picture associated with it. It is VERY obvious what you are intending to do, and I feel it's unprofessional and unethical. You show an ugly picture every time, and combine that with a mocking*inflammatory headline designed to make the reader have a negative feeling*opinion of Republicans and anybody in the administration, and their opinions, prior to them even reading the article. It seems that Huffington post is mainly a branch of the democratic party, aiming to make Republicans look bad*wrong*foolish at every turn. Not giving people a "fair shake", and not giving Republican leaders and opportunity to have their message heard in an honest*fair way. You try to "shade" the opinion of the reader before they read anything and obscure the message or opinion of any in the Republican party, especially Trump and his cabinet. It would be nice to see a fair publication that gave each political party the same opportunity to have their message heard. And to do that you need impartial reporting, and a bipartisan view. Posting such bad pictures is your way of making people look bad, shaming them, and trying to get people to have an opinion. You should change your policy on photo's, and attitude on content of your articles. When I see a photo of Hilary Clinton, or Barak*Michelle Obama, or any other Democratic person. I see a beautifully posed picture with gleaming smile. You may think your "slight of hand" with the pictures goes unnoticed, but many people see the same thing. You want to be considered an actual news agency, and not an arm of the Democratic party, then you should shoot for honesty and fairness, and that includes the pictures you post*attach
GetHuman-mbx did not yet indicate what Huffington Post should do to make this right.