Charlotte Pence, who wrote the book, dismissed Oliver's parody, which showcases a day in the life of her father through the eyes of her pet rabbit, during an interview with FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo on Tuesday.
The book, made in collaboration with Chronicle Books to benefit AIDS United and The Trevor Project - a charity that seeks to end suicides among LGBTQ youth - is now being reprinted. So, of course it get's parodied by a handful of celebrities, but...girl, why did the parody of Bundo - a gaybunny - OUTSELL the original material?!
Oliver spent the segment mocking Pence, but he did say one thing he liked about the Vice President - "I kind of like his rabbit".
At least the real Marlon Bundo-looking mighty spiffy in a bow tie, just like his Last Week Tonight twin!-appears to be taking the competition in stride. "Although, in buying it, that's exactly what you would be doing". "We have two books that are giving to charities that are both about bunnies, so I'm all for it, really".
Sensing an opportunity, Oliver put two and two together.
In addition to this, proceeds from Oliver's book go towards the Trevor Project which supports LGBT youth and AIDS United Charity. Proceeds from the Pence family's book will be donated to Tracy's Kids, an art therapy program for children with cancer, and A21, a non-profit that aims to end human trafficking.
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