Michael Moore is headed to Broadway to, not surprisingly, blast President Donald Trump in a new one-man show.

"The Terms of My Surrender" will run at New York City's Belasco Theatre, starting on July 28, for 12 weeks. The theater is only a few blocks from Trump Tower.

Moore described it as a "comedy shiv" pointed at the administration and the show will have a tagline of: "Can a Broadway show take down a sitting President?"

One person who will not be in attendance is Meghan McCain, who voiced her thoughts on Moore's latest venture on "Outnumbered."

"I'd rather get a root canal than sit through that. There is no amount of money in the world you could pay me to go sit through that," she said.

She expressed doubt that Broadway would be the right venue to change people's minds about Trump. 

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Moore said in an MSNBC interview last night that it's a "piece of satire" that he's been working on since last summer. He said the script of the show will change by the day to account for the latest White House news.

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