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Trump: “Perhaps” Ted Cruz isn’t Eligible to be President

sjones84 Wrote: Aug 12, 2013 3:45 PM
If he wasn't born in America or born to a military family stationed outside of the US, he's not a natural born citizen. He can be Vice-President. I'm certain with the question presented that Senator Cruz will make sure that he is or he isn't eligible before running and will do what is legal. too bad a Court is still working to figure out Obama's status... it's all a matter of character.
M444ss Wrote: Aug 12, 2013 7:32 PM
If he was entitled to citizenship at birth, then he's a natural born citizen. It doesn't matter if he was born in a random Canadian hospital, on a US Navy base overseas, or a slum apartment in Kampala. If either of his parents was a US citizen when he was born, then he's a natural born citizen.

By the way: The VP only has two constitutional duties: lead the Senate and fill in as President if the President can't. Clearly, the VP has to be eligible for the office of President.
don7968 Wrote: Aug 12, 2013 5:59 PM
Your post contains a few statements that are not correct. Although I wish he hadn't, John McCain was born out of the United States on an American naval base. He is a natural born citizen. On the Vice-President, any candidate also must be a natural born citizen, or he couldn't succeed to the office of President, if needed.