A day after announcing his plan to ban flavored vaping products, President Donald Trump shared how he and his wife are tackling the growing problem among young people with their own teenager at home.
When asked about what he’s told his son Barron, 13, about vaping, the president told reporters on the South Lawn, “We haven’t told him anything but ‘don’t vape, don’t vape.’”
“It’s causing a lot of problems and we’re going to have to do something about it,” Trump said after a White House meeting with health policy advisers on Wednesday. “There have been deaths and there have been a lot of other problems.”
The Food and Drug Administration said in a statement that it would soon release details on a policy that aims to remove unauthorized, flavored e-cigarette products from the market.
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