In surveys, tabloid reporters usually rank with real-estate agents at the bottom of the league when it comes to public trust.
All the while the auction continues for California properties, parks and monuments that were once reserved for the public trust.
McLelland said Williams was all the more deserving of prison time for being an elected official who had betrayed the public trust.
The Republicans monopolized the public trust on dealing with bad guys.
Samuel P. Jacobs on the biggest breaches of public trust you don't know about.
Business is a public trust and must adhere to national standards in the conduct of its affairs.
Once his honor is pledged to a public trust, he must sustain it at any cost.
If we are to achieve a better life for all, the natural resources of the country must be regarded as a public trust.
What public trust is so great as the health and morals of the people?
The phrase, "public office is a public trust," has of late become common property.