A group of smart advisors. Used sarcastically to refer to a bunch of decision makers who are not wise.
The "Brain Trust" was the name given to a group of diverse academics who served as advisers to U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the early period of his tenure. The group acted as an informal Cabinet and was first suggested in March 1932 by Roosevelt's legal counsel Samuel Rosenman.
Joes Smith looks at his teenage boys doting over their unexploded fireworks, thinking this brain trust doesn't bode well for the future of his businnes.
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