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I used to enjoy reading the HuffPost, but now all we see are hit pieces on Mayor Pete every day. All through November we saw an article at the top of the page ranting about his time with McKinsey, because his records were private. While those records were private we saw the Huffpost propose conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory about his potential evil work while he was 25 years old. The type of theories that President Trump would endlessly promote. They were unfounded and shameless. Pete sought permission to release his client list and low and behold there we nothing to see, but the damage had already been done. Which was your point.
Now today there is a top of the page article about "potential campaign finance violations". Then you get into the article and it turns out that what was said was completely legal. So why the article, other than to muddy up the "competition".
I am done reading Huffpost until they show some level of integrity and judgement with their coverage.