The piece was trumpeted by the progressive non-profit, Media Matters in a blast email as “bad news for Benghazi Hoaxers.”
Doctors Doubt Nurses Skills, Survey Finds trumpeted one of many similar headlines reporting this NEJM study.
And so, as with cancer, anything with a hint of possible truth is grabbed and trumpeted as the next big thing.
Leading House Republicans, including Rep. Paul Ryan, have trumpeted their eagerness to force a budget sequester in March.
The arrests were trumpeted with press conferences on both sides of the Atlantic.
All these arguments were trumpeted by the malcontents, so that the whole kingdom echoed with the clamour of disaffection.
Big Bahut whimpered all night and trumpeted as if his heart were broken.
Minstrels piped and trumpeted at Ludgate, and Temple Bar was newly painted and hung.
He too halted, threw up his trunk and trumpeted preparatory to a charge.
Suddenly the elephant raised its trunk and trumpeted fiercely.