“Reject” in the news

Example collocations

accept or reject
not reject
reject the idea

Publications and example sentences

The Wall Street Journal
· Waiting for the Biden Bailout  
Take California, where Democratic leaders in Sacramento this week rejected Gov.
The New York Times
· Urging Iran to ‘Make the Big Deal,’ Trump Ties Nuclear Negotiations to Election  
Mr. Trump’s offer was immediately rejected by the Iranian leadership, which now seems to harbor doubts that he will remain president, and is hunkering down to survive American-led sanctions until they see the results of the November election.
The New York Times
· Milley, America’s Top General, Walks Into a Political Battle  
But the general, a Princeton graduate with a penchant for long discourses on historical warfare, is probably as cerebral as General Goldfein, the Air Force chief the president rejected for the top military job.
The New York Times
· Security Concerns Give the White House a Fortified New Look  
The fencing and barriers show that Trump is rejecting his predecessors’ example and instead concealing himself from the American people.”
· Commentary: No country will survive deglobalisation  
CAMBRIDGE – The post-pandemic world economy seems likely to be a far less globalised economy, with political leaders and publics rejecting openness in a manner unlike anything seen since the tariff wars and competitive devaluations of the 1930s.
Japan Today
· Shigeru Yokota, father of N Korea abductee, dies at 87  
Japan rejects the claim that she has died, in part because the cremated remains submitted by Pyongyang were found through DNA tests conducted in Japan to not be hers.
The Wall Street Journal
· Covid-19 Skepticism Puts Alex Berenson at Center of Amazon Controversy  
Mr. Berenson said Thursday on Twitter that a booklet he wrote about the pandemic was rejected by Kindle Direct Publishing, Amazon’s self-publishing arm.
· Reparations for slavery are the only way to fix America's racial wealth disparities  
I reject that notion; put the money into the hands of African Americans and let them decide how they will manage their own financial future.
· The New York Times staff revolt over Tom Cotton’s op-ed, explained  
But Weiss’s characterization was widely rejected by her colleagues; several Times reporters I spoke to, all of whom asked to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation, cited professional concerns as the reason for the public disagreement.
The New York Times
· Robert Ford Jr., an Early Force in Hip-Hop, Is Dead at 70  
“You have to remember that rock ’n’ roll, in its very early days, was rejected by a lot of labels,” he said in an interview for the 2002 book “Yes Yes Y’all: The Experience Music Project Oral History of Hip-Hop’s First Decade.” “But I also knew that it was a record that was going to sell, if it ever got the light of day.