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Teens share experiences with vaping with Melania Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — Melania Trump will hear immediately from teenagers and younger adults about their experiences with digital cigarettes and vaping.

The White House says she has invited a bunch from the Truth Initiative to take part in a “listening session” Wednesday. It would be the second time this week that the primary girl has highlighted e-cigarettes and vaping amongst youth.

Mrs. Trump used a speech Monday to name on firms to go away youngsters out of promoting campaigns for e-cigarettes.

Scheduled to hitch her at Wednesday’s session are Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.

The Truth Initiative says it’s the most important nonprofit public well being group devoted to reaching a tradition the place all youth and younger adults reject tobacco.

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