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Sean Hannity promises to puff on his e-cig live on-air and risk arrest as FDA bans Juul products


On the Wednesday night edition of his Fox News show, Sean Hannity vowed to defy the law and proudly vape his e-cig live on air in a segment discussing a possible FDA ban on Juul products. 

Less than 24 hours after the broadcast, the FDA confirmed a ban on Juul products.  

Reporter Trace Gallagher told Hannity during the segment: ‘Juul has been trying to get on the right side of regulators by limiting its marketing and banning mango, mint, other sweet flavors. The company even suggested a vaping device that can only be unlocked if you’re 21.’

He noted that while Juul has the right to appeal a ban, those appeals can take a long time and are expensive. 

That’s when Hannity chimed in to say: ‘They ban it, and I’ll do it live on TV and they can come and arrest me. How’s that?; 

The ban forbids the sale of Juul products but does not ban personal use of the product.  

Hannity’s comments were met with laughter from Gallagher as Hannity then pivoted straight to the next segment…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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