Biden’s failure to crack down on unauthorized vapes from China could be liability in 2024: Poll

EXCLUSIVE — The Biden administration’s failure to crack down on the increase of unauthorized vaping devices coming into the United States from China could become a political liability for the president as he seeks a second term in 2024, polling shows.
A majority of female voters in three key swing states disapprove of the way President Joe Biden has addressed the influx of electronic cigarettes into the country, putting the president at a possible disadvantage with a key voting bloc ahead of the 2024 cycle, according to a recent poll by Morning Consult shared exclusively with the Washington Examiner. Instead, female voters say they preferred former President Donald Trump’s approach to banning foreign vapes, which could become a political liability for not only Biden in 2024 but also vulnerable Democrats seeking reelection in the House.