Maybe somebody told you that in “High School Govt.”, but there is nothing in US law to support your definition.
Interesting you’d say that. There are cases in which there was a “slight” reference to NBC. I’ve read Vattel, it’s online. I know it’s not our Constitution, but George Washington borrowed it from the library and never returned it. He felt it was important.
Perhaps, whomever has standing, (now who knows), can get the Supremes to look at it. But I don’t hold out hope.
Other than the first Presidents, whom couldn’t have been NBC’s because America didn’t exist yet, the 19th Amendment (?) fixed the slave issue of citizenship, why have there been no, non NBC’s of “my definition” if you will, up until Obama? Chester Arthur rumblings excluded. (i think that was him)
In both cases, it was well known prior to the election that their fathers were not American citizens.
Yet, in neither case, was there a serious argument about their eligibility put forward by either the opposition party or any other legal authority prior to their election.
What conclusion might one draw from these observed facts?