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Ted Cruz Takes on Birtherism; Makes Case He's Eligible for Presidency

The elephant in the room was addressed about a half hour into the sixth GOP debate, when moderator Neil Cavuto asked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) to address concerns that he's not a natural born citizen and is ineligible to serve as president. Cruz was born in Canada, to an American mother, while his parents were working in Calgary.

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Cruz masterfully handled the question, which then devolved into an extended debate with Donald Trump. Trump's attempt at a rebuttal to Cruz's assertion that he is eligible to be president was not received well by the audience, who constantly booed the candidate.

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