This is not an audience that would prefer Donald Trump trashing our culture on NBC.
How journalism devolved into a game of trashing easy targets with minimun effort and maximum noise.
The president hit the campaign trail, abandoning his pledge of a post-partisan politics and trashing the GOP.
The executive editor of The New York Times doesn't generally engage in trashing other news organizations.
Wouldn't the winger base love to see Ryan out there trashing Obamacare?
How journalism devolved into a game of trashing easy targets with minimum effort and maximum noise.
Conservative activists have wasted no time in trashing the Conservative Victory Fund.
Rohrabacher has never been accused of trashing an office, but allegedly trashed his rental house instead.
“Hillary had [Clinton aide] Sidney Blumenthal call people before my book came out, trashing it,” she says.
His producer Jean-Claude Camus has been trashing the controversial French surgeon, Dr. Stéphane Delajoux, at every turn.
"anything of little use or value," late 14c., perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse tros "rubbish, fallen leaves and twigs," Norwegian dialectal trask "lumber, trash, baggage," Swedish trasa "rags, tatters"), of unknown origin. Applied to ill-bred persons or groups from 1604 ("Othello"). Applied to domestic refuse or garbage in 1906 (American English).
"to discard as worthless," 1895, from trash (n.); in the sense of "destroy, vandalize" it is attested from 1970; extended to "criticize severely" in 1975. Related: Trashed; trashing.
A despicable, ill-bred person or group: Don't mind them, they're just trash (1604+)
[noun sense fr white trash, a black term of opprobrium]
: to figure out why my trap money was shitty (1970s+ Black)