Madonna has been approached by a legendary songwriter to record a protest track that could serve as an anthem against Donald Trump.
The singer, who took a lot of heat this week for saying she had thought about blowing up the White House while speaking at the Women's March in Washington last weekend, has been approached by songwriter Bruce Roberts on a project, according to TMZ.
See, Roberts wrote Enough is Enough for Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer, and now he wants Madonna to re-record that anthem with specific lyrics that "express disdain for Trump's policies."
According to Roberts — who apparently wants Madonna in the studio immediately to capitalize on Trump's presidency — it won't be a personal attack on the Cheeto-in-Chief, but rather a takedown of how he is hurting the American people.
And the disco staple will stay close to its roots, too; Streisand and Summer will apparently remain on the hook, to keep the feel the song has had for so long.