What Would Happen to the President of the USA If He Was Not Born in the Country?

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According to the laws of the United States if a person was not born in the country or one of its territories he could not become president. Before a president is elected he must prove that he is eligible to become president. If a person is born in Hawaii he is still a United States citizen and is eligible for the presidency.
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A presidential candidate would never make it past the primaries and he (or she) certainly wouldn't be elected because one of the requirements of running for president is to be a Native-born
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He was born on a military base, therefore
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True! If he's not.... can't you read his body language? I'm a Republican Russ and don't agree with what the GOP has become. (Meaning a "Good Ole' Boys Club.") But this guy
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The democatic congress would pass a law to make him a citizen of the u.s.a. However, he still wouldn't be a natural born citizen. I should then think that he would be removed from
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