Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Washington (CNN)A New York judge hear the case challenging Ted Cruz's eligibility to be president The case will be heard on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. ET, the plaintiff's attorney, Roger J. Bernstein, said. There are lease three other cases that need to be letigated in other states.
Individual cases have been filed in separate states questioning Cruz's eligibility to serve in the White House. Cruz was born in Canada to an American-born mother, which most legal scholars agree makes him a "natural-born citizen" as required under the Constitution.
The case has cast doubts on whether Cruz entered United illegally when he was four years old.
Related: 1. Texas Tribune. “Tribpedia: Ted Cruz.” Ac
3. Dual citizenship may pose problem if Ted Cruz seeks presidency, The Dallas Morning News (Snooze)
Posted by Barbara at 12:06 PM