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Meghan McCain slams ‘Ghost of John McCain’ satire musical ‘set inside the brain of Donald Trump’

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It’s fair to say Meghan McCain won’t be seeing the upcoming musical comedy “Ghost of John McCain.”The 39-year-old outspoken daughter of the late Arizona senator took to X Tuesday to express her disgust about the off-Broadway musical, which is set to come to the Soho Playhouse over Labor Day weekend.

The production will run through Nov. 5 – which is Election Day.“This is trash – nothing more than a gross cash grab by mediocre desperate people,” Meghan quote tweeted a Deadline article about the production. “I hope it bombs,” she added.

The Post has contacted reps for Meghan for further comment. The show’s synopsis claims it is “a musical comedy set inside the brain of Donald Trump that got under the skin of Meghan McCain.”Former President Trump and the McCain family have been at odds ever since he called John, a Navy veteran, a “loser” in 2015 because he was captured as a prisoner of war.

John died in 2018 of cancer just shy of his 82nd birthday. Meghan co-hosted “The View” during Trump’s presidential run from 2016 to 2020.

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