"Prohibitions don't work," he said. "They never had."
Mr. For the past seven weeks, Trump has also been under intense lobbying campaigns by tobacco and vaping companies, along with conservative organizations such as Americans for tax reform, against regulatory restrictions that would affect retailers, small businesses, and older electronic consumers cigarettes. Some are encouraging sales restrictions on the protection of minors or raising the national age to 21 to sell all tobacco products.
The trajectory of the taste ban – from boldly pronouncing swift action to fix after political realities emerge to take such action ̵
Inside the White House, the ban on aromatization has also become a proxy for the question of how his advisers see Mr. Trump's path to re-election. At camp are those who believe he should try to gain suburban women, including mothers of teenagers who would presumably worry their children addicted to nicotine. The other is those who advise him to accept that the voting bloc would by no means benefit him and focus only on revitalizing his base.
Mr. Parscale had flagged Mr Trump after he first announced his intention to ban most flavored e-cigarettes that would hurt him with his base. Mr Parskale and other advisers warned Mr Trump to delay and announced that he would take time to investigate the issue, telling him that the ban could reduce turnout in critical states.
These political fears are not without merit: E-cigarette users have staged protests outside the White House and outside Trump rallies that may be present in other circumstances. Protesters have also raised concerns about the potential closure of thousands of fraud shops, which it said will hurt the economy and cost jobs across the country.
But it is unclear whether the pro-activists are single-vote voters.  While some advice to Mr. Trump was based on the poll, some were based on an understanding at the gut level of Trump voters: Deprivation of the right to smoke or crack would be something like the removal of a firearm.
In the opponent's camp is Kellyanne Conway, White House top advisor and manager of Mr. Trump's 2016 campaign, who tells colleagues and the president that it is a mistake to accept, as Mr. Parskale and others that suburban mothers who care deeply about the public health crisis for teens have left Mr Trump for good.