Donald Trump talked e-cigarettes in the Oval Office and noted the danger to children.
Ten Democrats are set to debate on Thursday night on ABC and the network sent a note to campaigns asking the candidate not to use profanity, as the debate will not be on tape delay. Jimmy Kimmel joked about the news, saying it's hard to ask Bernie Sanders not to swear in case his sciatica acts up on stage.
President Donald Trump held a press availability in the Oval Office on Wednesday and announced that his administration would look into banning flavored e-cigarettes. Late Night's Seth Meyers joked about the news, saying that vaping is the only way American children would ever taste fruit, while Late Show's Stephen Colbert made fun of Trump for saying the deaths caused by vape products are "not wonderful." Trump also noted that vape products marketed toward young people are dangerous, nothing that First Lady Melania Trump got involved because "she's got a son, together," prompting Colbert to joked that Trump doesn't know Melania's name.