Stephen Colbert has announced a new children’s book, titled “Whose Boat Is This Boat?: Comments That Don’t Help in the Aftermath of a Hurricane,” that takes aim at President TrumpDonald John TrumpLawmakers prep ahead of impeachment hearing Democrats gear up for high-stakes Judiciary hearing Warren says she made almost M from legal work over past three decades MORE over his visit to North Carolina following Hurricane Florence.

On Sept. 19, Trump told a homeowner that "at least you got a nice boat out of the deal" when a yacht that wasn't his washed up near his storm-damaged home.


“You might recall that Donald Trump’s visit to North Carolina after the hurricane did not comfort everyone,” Colbert said Friday night on "The Late Show." “He made so many kind of odd comments about that boat that as a joke — ha, ha — we turned all of those comments into a children’s book, made up entirely of quotes of Trump touring hurricane damage.”

Proceeds from Colbert's book, which is being published by Simon & Schuster and is set to be released on Election Day, will go to Foundation for the Carolinas, The One SC Fund, The North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund and World Central Kitchen, all charities supporting recovery in the Carolinas from Florence.

Colbert, who grew up in South Carolina, is not the first late-night host to take aim at the Trump administration in the form of a children’s book. HBO’s John Oliver earlier this year published a satire book portraying Vice President Pence’s family rabbit as gay.

"Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Presents a Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo,” which sold out in just days, raised money for AIDS United, a group dedicated to ending the AIDS epidemic in the U.S., and the Trevor Project, a suicide prevention organization that provides support to young LGBTQ community members.