White House taking Juul e-cigarettes off the market, still allowing puberty blockers: Sexton

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Buck Sexton and former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi join ‘Hannity’ to discuss the FDA ordering e-cigarettes be taken off the U.S. market. #foxnews #hannity

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