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Comedian John Oliver has hit out at Mike Pence with a handsome pro-LGBT parody of a children's book about the Vice President's rabbit. Oliver also noted that the Pence book tour includes a Colorado stop at the Focus on the Family organization, which, the host said, promotes gay-conversion therapy. The proceeds will be given to the Trevor Project, which aids LGBT youth, and to AIDS United. Well, Oliver promised to say one thing he likes about Pence at the beginning and it's the start of a wonderful stunt that only Last Week Tonight can pull off. Note, the video has strong language and is uncensored.More news: Mourinho accused of taking "blood money"
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By buying the book, "you'd be doing a nice thing in a really dickish way-and isn't that the dream at the end of the day?" There's also a Pence character in Oliver's book-he's a white-haired Stink Bug. This is actually a book for children.
We know which Bundo book we'll be getting. "Sweet, funny, and beautifully illustrated, this book is dedicated to every bunny who has ever felt different".
The book is available now from BetterBundoBook.com, ChronicleBooks.com and Amazon. Jim Parsons (THE BIG BANG THEORY and YOUNG SHELDON) played Marlon Bundo, and he is joined by Jesse Tyler Ferguson (MODERN FAMILY), Jeff Garlin (THE GOLDBERGS and CURB YOUR ETHUSIASM), Ellie Kemper (THE OFFICE and UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT), John Lithgow (RICOCHET, 3rd ROCK FROM THE SUN, and too many things to list), Jack McBrayer (WRECK-IT Ralph and 30 Rock), and RuPaul (RUPAUL's DRAG RACE).
The parody book, "A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo" is described as a book about same-sex marriage and was released yesterday.