Charlotte Pence, daughter of Vice President Mike Pence, says she purchased the homosexual parody of her e book in regards to the household bunny unveiled on “Final Week Tonight” on Sunday by John Oliver.
“I’ve purchased his e book,” she advised The Hill. “He’s giving proceeds of the e book to charity, and we’re additionally giving proceeds of our e book to charity, so I actually assume that we are able to all get behind it.”
Pence wrote and her mom, Karen Pence, illustrated Marlon Bundo’s A Day within the Lifetime of the Vice President in regards to the household rabbit and Instagram star.
Within the “Final Week Tonight” model, penned by present author Jill Twiss and illustrated by EG Keller, Marlon Bundo is homosexual and persecuted by a stinkbug with a robust resemblance to Mike Pence, who’s notoriously hostile to LBGTQ points.
Proceeds from the Pence household e book will profit Tracy’s Youngsters, an artwork program for youngsters with most cancers, and A21, which fights human trafficking. Gross sales of the “Final Week Tonight” model will fund the Trevor Undertaking, which helps LGBTQ youth, in addition to the AIDS United charity.
“I additionally wish to help these charities,” Charlotte Pence advised The Hill. “I actually imply that.”
The “Final Week Tonight” e book shot to #1 on the Amazon youngsters’s books bestsellers chart and as of early Wednesday, stays in that place regardless of being out of inventory. The Kindle model is #2 whereas the Pence household’s e book is at #three.
Pence stated there was room for each Bundo books.
“It doesn’t should be divisive,” she advised The Hill. “I feel that everyone can come collectively over Marlon.”