The Constitution describes only three types of US citizen. Currently one is either natural born or naturalized. There is no fourth category. Only naturalized citizens are barred from the Presidency.
The SCOTUS said the definition of NBC is found OUTSIDE of the Constitution. It’s why they said the 14th amendment does NOT say who shall be natural-born citizens. The SCOTUS acknowledged at least four different types of citizens, if not more in the Minor decision. Read it. While the 14th amendment contemplates two types of citizenship, it doesn’t describe every way of becoming a citizen. The requirement for president is NBC, and only those persons who are born in the country to citizen parents meet this requirement. The court was very clear.
No one wants to hear about your stupid "categories". Obviously citizens can be in plenty of different catagories, such as young or old, Male or Female, Black or White, Democrat or Republican.
Some citizens are "natural" and others are citizens as a result of man made laws, such as Barack Obama.
“The Constitution describes only three types of US citizen. Currently one is either natural born or naturalized. There is no fourth category.”
It doesn’t appear that you can count. Why should we believe that you can understand the Constitution?
My copies of the Constitution are explicit as to eligibility for POTUSA in Article 2 Section 5 as ‘No person except a natural born citizen or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President;......’. Notice the word ‘or’ which was applicable only to persons at the time of adoption of the Constitution. It is clear to me by this wording that the Founders were very discriminating between a ‘natural born citizen’ and an ordinary ‘citizen’. To further separate their two categories the Founders only required Congress persons to be simply ‘citizens’. No person or court can change the words in my copies of the Constitution.