In The X-Files episode, "Babylon," (Season 10: Episode 5, first broadcast 2.15.2016 on Fox), "Fox Mulder" told "Dana Scully" of the enigmatic reports of the sounds of trumpets coming from the heavens. He informed Scully that the people who have heard the trumpets believe them to be a “Herald of End Times,” as described the Bible's Book of Revelation.
Were the trumpets fictional precursors of another kind?
Donald Trump’s German wine-growing ancestors were named Drumpf, according to journalist Gwenda Blair’s book The Trumps: Three Generations That Built An Empire. (Thanks Michael Skotnicki.)
The name Trump has its origins from English (Devon), being a metonymic occupational name for a trumpeter, from Middle English trumps, "trumpet," From German (Bavaria), Trump is a metonymic occupational name for a drummer, from Middle High German trumps, "drum." Source.
The verb “trump” also once meant to fabricate or deceive (from French “tromper”). The phrase “to trump up” still means “forge” or “invent,” as in “trumped-up charges” or the many, many headlines punning on “Trumped-up rhetoric” or “Trumped-up politics.” If last week’s Washington Post report suggesting that Trump is a compulsive golf cheat is any measure — “the worst celebrity golf cheat,” according to Alice Cooper — this definition of “trump” may be as essential to Trump’s identity as the other. ~ The Boston Globe, "Why Donald Trump trumps Donald Drumpf," 9.9.2015.
In the midst of all the Trump talk, one of the dark shadows that few in the mainstream media wish to explore is the hints that there are some very real rumors of assassination of Donald Trump. It may be only a weird conspiracy thought (as shown here in this "Killing Trump"), but it appears to be one that Trump takes seriously.