Why then was he dormed with foreign nationals in college. The practice then and now is to place students with cultural peers to ease their ability to communicate and socialize.
The court cannot make a feel good interpretation of born to a US citizen anywhere. The Constitution is breif and explicit in the requirements.
Acting like a citizen for 40 years does qualify one as a citizen. If you are here illegally then you have comitted multiple felonious frauds in those 40 years. And, I don’t care if you are from Ireland, England or any other blue eyed country and here illegally.
He has at least three BC’s
1. His original BC before adoption, that was sealed upon his adoption.
2. His new adopted identity BC with his Stepfather.
3. His new change of name identity BC or one from another country.
I have no idea why he dormed with anyone. He went to school with Americans (in Hawaii) for almost his whole life. Possibly he thought hanging with the foreigners was cool ? There is a considerable desire among American students in UC Berkeley to be dormed at International House for instance.
My point about his 40 years here is that HE thinks he is American. The idea floating around about him having pre-existing allegiances to any other country (dating from the age of 7 ?) are absurd. This is a matter about the letter of the law, not such silly speculations. I don’t like him at all, and I wish he had stayed in Hawaii or Chicago, but lets be rational critics. I am afraid that he is an American leftist, not a foreign leftist.
The Constitution is not a bit clear about this - or a lot of other things. Sometimes original intent IS clear, when you have precedents from the period, but not here. If a case is brought before the Supreme Court they will clarify for the first time the meaning of “natural born”.