Trump opioid chief Kellyanne Conway advises: Eat ice cream, not fentanyl and 'it all works out'
Kellyanne Conway speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, who is overseeing the administration's efforts to combat the opioid epidemic, warned millennials on Thursday not to try the powerful drug fentanyl.


"Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid -- most of America suffers from information underload when it comes to the horrors and dangers and really the toxicity and lethality of fentanyl," Conway remarked at Generation Next, a forum for millennials.

She noted that fentanyl was significantly more powerful than opioids like morphine.

"On our college campuses, you folks are reading the labels, they won't put any sugar in their body, they won't eat carbs anymore, and they're very, very fastidious about what goes into their body," Conway said.

"And then you buy a street drug for $5 or $10, it's laced with fentanyl and that's it."

"So my short advice is, eat the ice cream, have the French fry, don't buy the street drug -- believe me, it all works out," Conway added.

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