The constitution has been amended. Control of the US armed forces has devovled to a foreign citizen.
Interestingly, I also have an older child who is a naturalized citizen who...since taking the naturalization oath, renounced their former citizenship and therefor no longer eligible to hold a passport, vote or be subject to a military draft in that foreign country. YET, being (only) a U.S. citizen now, is NOT eligible to be the President of this country.
Amazing, the irony.
Oh yeah, I also have a 2 citizen parent, born in the U.S. natural born Citizen child as well :). I know...complicated.
If a dual national, who owes allegience to two countries, can be President...naturalized citizens should be eligible as well since they specifically renounced their former allegience. I don't agree with that, but that's the logical extension here.