Re: For example, John McCain was born in Panama. Under Panamas Constitution, he is still considered a Panamanian citizen by the Republic of Panama whether or not he has lived there since birth. The Panamanian governments views on this issue are irrelevant as to his eligibility to run for POTUS in 2008 (that he was a terrible RINO choice is a political matter but not a legal disqualification).
And that’s exactly why John McCain is a “naturalized” American citizen, and he too was not eligible of the Office of POTUS.
Barry Goldwater wasn’t eligible and neither are Obama, McCain, Jindal, Rubio, and Cruz.
But it doesn’t matter anymore. No on cares — especially the attorneys and the courts.
What does that tell you about the state of the Constitution and the law?