Madonna has yet to directly respond to Donald Trump calling her "disgusting" and "disgraceful to [America]" in response to her Women's March speech—in which she said she thought about blowing up the White House—but instead of clapping back on Twitter, she may simply do it via song.

According to TMZ, songwriter Bruce Roberts, who penned "No More Tears (Enough is Enough)" for Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer, has reached out to the Queen of Pop to record a track he can lay over the song.

Roberts reportedly has asked Madonna to rewrite and sing the lyrics from an anti-Trump perspecttive, though sources tell TMZ the songwriter doesn't consider it a "personal attack on Trump," but rather on his policies.

Stay tuned. Listen to the original, below:

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