President-Elect Trump has a ‘suggestion’ website, and vapers are flooding it with ideas

President-Elect Trump has a ‘suggestion’ website, and vapers are flooding it with ideas

When Republican Donald Trump was running to be the Leader of the Free World, his campaign slogan was “Make America Great Again.”  Now that the election is over, the President-Elect is asking for the public’s help.  He has set up a new website where anybody and everybody can submit their ideas and suggestions for how best to achieve this lofty goal.

And thousands of vapers are eagerly voicing their opinions, particularly about the FDA deeming regulations and a possible Trump post-election reversal.

Greg Conley of the American Vaping Association took to social media in the days preceding November 8 to express his opinions on which presidential candidate was perhaps the most vape-friendly.  In an interview with Brent Stafford of Regulator Watch, Conley said that “the orange-guy might be your best bet” to save the vaping industry.  Well, the orange guy is heading to the White House on January 20, and he needs all the help he can get.

The election is over, and it’s time to move forward.

Love him or hate him, Trump is going to be the 45th President of the United States.  It’s been a tough road, particularly on the President-Elect himself. Trump knows that he has made some enemies along the way on both sides of the political aisle, but his suggestion website is the real deal.


The website is not some fly-by-night, cheapo, partisan blog made by some obscure Republican PAC. This site has a .gov extension and is extremely easy to complete.

As soon as the viewer logs on, a stark-white webpage pops up with the official emblem of President-Elect Donald Trump.  Underneath are four, simple words – “Tell Us Your Story.”  All that a vaper has to do is type in their name, email address, and a brief (or lengthy) suggestion of how Mr. Trump can “Make America Great Again.”  It’s that easy.

How Trump’s hatred of Obama could lead to a reversal of the FDA deeming regulations

Trump will be the first-ever President to have never been previously elected to public office or serve in the U.S. Military.  He is not a traditional politician, and doesn’t fit the typical vision of what a President should be.  But one thing is somewhat evident.  The man hates President Obama and everything he stands for, including every piece of legislation that Obama ever implemented.


Trump wants to get rid of our European peace treaty NATO, thinks NAFTA was a “disaster,” and refuses to support the newly proposed TPP trade deal.   He has also promised to overturn the Affordable Healthcare Act (Obamacare) on his very first day in the Oval Office.  Once Trump learns that the FDA Deeming Regulations were actually a secret pet-project of Obama’s that he forced through the political system during his last six-months in office, The Donald might just want to overturn those, too – purely out of spite, if nothing else.

Obama and the FDA Deeming Regulations

In late 2009 and still in his first term, Obama signed into law the Tobacco Control Act.  The bill sailed through Congress because – at the time – Congress was controlled by the Democrats.   It is this single piece of legislation that is the basis for the newly released FDA Deeming Regulations.

Furthermore, Obama named a relatively unknown consultant from a major pharmaceutical company, GlaxoSmithKline, to be placed in charge of a new branch of the FDA called the Center for Tobacco Products.  His name was Mitch Zeller, and he would become solely responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Tobacco Control Act and consequently the FDA Deeming Regulations. 


That’s right.  To get his Obamacare Package off the ground, Obama gave a Big Pharma Fat Cat the full authority to overregulate and overtax the fledgling and infinitely less powerful vaping industry – an industry whose only sin was the creation of a product that saves millions of lives from smoking addiction while making Big Pharma products like “the patch” and Nicorette gum nearly obsolete.

As you fill out your form on the Donald Trump Suggestion Website, vapers might want to throw in this little tidbit of information just to make sure you get the President-Elect’s full attention.


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charles r. johnson - April 10, 2017

Dear president trump if you can look into getting rid of unions in federal government , we could make sure they were working and earning their money and if not (YOUR FIRED) not being held accountable just really pisses me off and I know it does you too . THANKS

Vape Girl? - December 8, 2016

I started smoking when I was 13 years old and smoked a pack and a half of cigs a day. I tried vaping to save money as I smoked an expensive brand and within a week I couldn’t even stand the taste of the cigarette I decided to smoke as it was the last one in the pack (didn’t want to waste it but ended up throwing it away after two puffs). I’m happier now that I quit and I love vaping. Specially Unicorn Milk ? I’m not too confident in Trump as hes such a wild card but maybe he’ll stop the FDA (aka Big Tobaccos attack dog) and these ridiculous regulations thats already shut down two vape shops where I live.

Paul Schulze Ph.D. - December 1, 2016

President Elect Trump,

I would appreciate very much having the appropriate person in your administration take a look at the RMD of retirement funds which affects people in retirement. Folks like me have retirement funds which, in my case, earn interest, albeit small, throughout the year. Each year we have to decrease in our capital by the amount of the RMD. Tis amount increases every year based on age and capital amount. Therefore I loose interest income every year which brings the capital back up. I do not mind the RMD as such but its increasing amount decreases my capital lower and lower and ultimately my spending abilities.

Considering all the retired people like me, the loss in capital means a huge loss in the economy, e.g., new cars, car repairs, home repairs, travel, medical expenses, etc.

Please have the appropriate people look at the RMD.

Thank you, Paul Schulze

Marcia Renner - November 27, 2016

Great idea and great deal. For every American citizen that steps on the shore of Cuba they release one prisoner.

Dennis - November 18, 2016

Why do we have to build a wall when all we have to do is enforce the law…you cannot work here without proper ID…including a DD214 which states you have served your country…a drivers license that has been issued according to state laws and federal guide lines that you have to be a LEGAL CITIZEN of the UNITED STATES and that you have to have gone through the same process as everyone else who came here LEGALLY. If you are found to be working for someone who DOES NOT obey the laws of the country, THEY “THE EMPLOYER” will be fined 1500 dollars for the first offense, and 5000 dollars for the second offense…with all fines going to the BORDER PATROL for new officers and new equipment to help those fleeing BACK TO MEXICO. COME ON PEOPLE we donot need more we need to enforce that which we already have. I HAVE SERVED MY COUNTRY AND I APPROVE OF THIS COMMENT. Signed Dennis D. Lundberg

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