Melania Trump takes on issue of e-cigarettes

Melania Trump takes on issue of e-cigarettes
Melania Trump takes on issue of e-cigarettes
Now to First Lady Melania Trump she’s, taking on e-cigarette as concerns grow over hundreds of cases of illnesses linked to vaping, illegal marketing, you states are cracking down, the FDA is putting companies on notice, and ever-growing illnesses linked to vaping has reach the East wing of the White House first lady Melania Trump saying the country needs to prevent e-cigarettes from becoming a quote on ramp to nicotine addiction. This morning, the first lady with a call-to-action speaking out against the growing vaping epidemic, Melania Trump tweeting. I am deeply concerned about the growing epidemic of e-cigarette use in our children. We need to do all we can to protect the public from tobacco-related disease and death. Has the FDA issued a warning letter to e-cig making those claims to students out of school? Despite failing to provide scientific data to back it up, there’s a lot, we don’t know about the short-term and long-term consequences of vaping to see a long-term effect for many years 10, 20 30 years, and we just don’t have that longitudinal time span with the e-cigarette. Have it identified any particular product or device as the source of the illnesses and the majority of patients have reported vaping marijuana products or e-cigarette devices purchased on the street, eighteen-year-old Sima Herman believe she almost died after two years of chronic habitual vaping, first with e-cigarettes than A THC vaping device when she had difficulty breathing her mother rushed her to the hospital or her doctor say she quickly got worse tweaker by the minute. The New York Mets follow Michigan’s, lead and ban flavored e-cigarettes. Also this morning, guys Michael Bloomberg and his foundation’s is philanthropies pledging 160 million dollars to help combat this problem. They say organizations and governments aren’t doing enough still to be done. I think you so much time and you can see more on vaping tonight on Nightline to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching
The first lady tweeted she is “deeply concerned” about the use of e-cigarettes by kids as the FDA issued a warning letter to e-cigarette company Juul.

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