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President Trump announced Wednesday he would look into banning all non-tobacco-flavored vaping devices, as reports mount of health problems associated with the practice.

“We can’t allow people to get sick, and we can’t have our youth be so affected,” Trump told reporters gathered in the Oval Office. “And I’m hearing it, and that’s how the first lady got involved. She’s got a son, together, that is a beautiful young man and she feels very, very strongly about it. She’s seen it. We’re both reading about it.”

In recent weeks, six U.S. deaths have been attributed to a lung disease associated with vaping, and officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration have been investigating hundreds of other cases of the still-mysterious illness. On Tuesday, first lady Melania Trump voiced her displeasure with the increasing use of e-cigarettes among the young. Read more

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President Trump announced Wednesday he would look into banning all non-tobacco-flavored vaping devices, as reports mount of health problems associated with the practice.

President Trump announced Wednesday he would look into banning all non-tobacco-flavored vaping devices, as reports mount of health problems associated with the practice.

President Trump announced Wednesday he would look into banning all non-tobacco-flavored vaping devices, as reports mount of health problems associated with the practice.

President Trump announced Wednesday he would look into banning all non-tobacco-flavored vaping devices, as reports mount of health problems associated with the practice.

President Trump announced Wednesday he would look into banning all non-tobacco-flavored vaping devices, as reports mount of health problems associated with the practice.

President Trump announced Wednesday he would look into banning all non-tobacco-flavored vaping devices, as reports mount of health problems associated with the practice.