Andrew Jackson`s parents were born in Ireland.
Thomas Jefferson`s mother was born in London.
“Andrew Jackson`s parents were born in Ireland.
Thomas Jefferson`s mother was born in London.”
Oh no. Emerich de Vattel’s rules did NOT hold sway in ACTUAL PRACTICE in early America?
Emmerich de Vattel was a Swissman, writing in French before the founding of America, and was DESRIBING historical methods of determining citizenship in Europe.
Apparently his writings were interesting information, but fell well short of being incorporated into American laws.
Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson were both citizens of the United States at the time of the adoption of the Constitution, and so were not required to be natural born citizens in order to become president.
Are you seriously so uninformed that you would throw out this kind of patent irrelevancy in response to a very serious question?