CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Interviews Donald Trump – Current Events: North Korea, Cruz Eligibility, Immigration, Mid-East Topics…

A long (two part) interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and republican candidate Donald Trump.

The first segment includes topics of North Korea, China and Ted Cruz’s eligibility:

Part two includes issue topic of Saudi Arabia and the middle-east:

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123 Responses to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Interviews Donald Trump – Current Events: North Korea, Cruz Eligibility, Immigration, Mid-East Topics…

  1. PremAmerica says:

    “He should ask for a Declaratory Judgement.”

    That was a killshot. It sounds so innocuous and supportive. But it is deadly. If Cruz doesn’t ask for it people will question and wonder why not!! If Cruz goes to court for it, it would be huge news.

    Talk about sticking your opponent between a very big rock and a very hard place!!!!!

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    • John Galt says:

      Trump is extremely well prepared. Perkins v Elg, 307 U.S. 325 (SCOTUS 1939) involved an action for a declaratory judgment of American citizenship by birth.

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      • PremAmerica says:

        Yeah, amazing really. Ted Cruz is the experienced Attorney who argued cases before the Supreme Court. Yet it is Donald Trump that prosecutes the cases against his opponents like a seasoned professional. Intelligence, ability, and achievement is in SUCH short supply in Washington DC. What a change it would be with Trump!!!!!

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    • R-C says:

      And what if the judge rules AGAINST Cruz? What then?? Cruz would be torpedoed, fair and square. He’d seek to have it overturned in an appellate court, but it would be ‘out there’ already–“Cruz is not a natural-born citizen”.

      How much ‘fun’ would it be if you were the federal judge who had to rule on that issue?

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      • hocuspocus13 says:

        Cruz would have to plead his case before the Judge with his proof in hand

        If Cruz is rejected that he is not eligible and why waste any more of the American People’s Time 🇺🇸

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        • Janie M. says:

          hp, his “proof” in hand would have to include a copy of his birth certificate issued by the US State Dept. I was born in Japan (my father was stationed while in the Army during the Korean War), my mother was Japanese.. He reported my birth to the US Embassy and consequently, it is the issuer of my official birth certificate. As such, I am a US citizen. If Cruz’s mother (was still a US citizen and hadn’t changed to Canadian citizenship by that juncture) and didn’t report his birth to the US Embassy in Canada at the time of his birth, to my way of thinking, that time has passed and he’s SOL.

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          • Trumped says:

            THAT is the exact point. I dont think this happened or else Cruz would have shown it already.
            http://canada.usembassy.gov/mobile//consular_services/birth-abroad.html

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            • Janie M. says:

              Looked at a copy of my birth certificate the State Dept. issued and it says (Sorry for the CAPS but…):

              “REPORT OF BIRTH”
              “CHILD BORN ABROAD OF AMERICAN PARENT OR PARENTS”

              “The foregoing information was furnished by (father) and supported by physician’s certificate. This report has be executed in triplicate, copy issued to parents, copy transmitted to Department of State, Washington, and copy placed under File No.XXX in the archives of this office.”

              “…Fathers’ birth certificate sent to Dept. with application for registration.”

              This is language Cruz’s US birth certificate at the State Dept. (if he has one) would contain. It would appear his mother’s would have had to be sent to verify her US citizenship….

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          • ladysforest says:

            What I read in the press release on 8/2013 ~ ““Senator Cruz became a U.S. citizen at birth, and he never had to go through a naturalization process after birth to become a U.S. citizen,” said spokeswoman Catherine Frazier. “To our knowledge, he never had Canadian citizenship.” AND: “She (mother) registered his birth with the U.S. consulate, Frazier said, and the future senator received a U.S. passport in 1986 ahead of a high school trip to England”. Now, what I want to know is WHEN was his birth registered? When he was a baby, or as a teen so that he could get that passport? Like that line (bullshit) that he NEVER HAD Canadian citizenship. So, if he didn’t have to go through some type of “naturalization” why did he have to be registered? I never had to be registered. But hey, I was born a dual citizen here in the US.

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            • Janie M. says:

              You know lady, if the underwent the necessary process on a “timely” basis, his birth certificate would be at the State Dept. All he has to do is provide a copy (funny that he released a copy of his Canadian birth certificate) and put an end to this question. It took me 2 or 3 weeks to get a certified copy when I needed it. I say he can’t release a State Dept copy because it doesn’t exist.

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      • Toronto Tonto says:

        Cruz already committed fraud in Texas by not declaring his Canadian birth. A lower court judge would love to take him down if it wasn’t well-publicized. Cruz would have to drop out and find any excuse. He wouldn’t get elected dog catcher if voters thought he lied to them.

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    • KBR says:

      I disagree. If Cruz is not lying, if Cruz is not faking about his citizenship status, then Trump’s advice is very good and helpful to Cruz.

      Trump did not put Cruz between a rock and a hard place. If that’s where Cruz is, he put himself there.

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    • Sanj says:

      The best part of saying “Declaratory Judgement” is that when Cruz is asked to respond, he’s going to sound like the lawyer he is….

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    • TheFenian says:

      “He should ask for a Declaratory Judgement.”

      Trump schooled me today. I thought I knew the law well even though I’m not a lawyer. This was the first I’d heard of a Declaratory Judgement. And he explained it so concisely and so well.

      Despite his explanation, more than once, of what a Declaratory Judgement is, Blitzer, who is not a great intellect, (in fact, he’s not very sharp at all), STILL said “But going to the courts would take years”.

      Of course later, the loathsome, haggard Gloria Bolger stated a complete and utter lie that this issue had already been legally decided because of the questions surrounding Obama.

      CNN is a horrible, dishonest organization filled with the stupid (Blitzer) and the hideous (Bolger).

      Trump on the other hand would make a world class professor. His intelligence (and life experience) shines thru in his ability to explain with a brevity of words.

      There was soooo much else about the “punditry” comments on Trump, but I don’t want to write a dissertation. So I’ll end by asking; Who did Anna Navaro sleep with to get promoted from the custodial staff to on air commentator ? She surely wasn’t primed for her excellence in filling the paper & hand soap dispensers in the corporate restrooms.

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      • “Of course later, the loathsome, haggard Gloria Bolger stated a complete and utter lie that this issue had already been legally decided because of the questions surrounding Obama.”

        Was Wolf part of the discussion when Borger said that, because in the interview Wolf himself admitted that the Supreme Court has never really ruled on what a natural born citizen is!

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      • AMD_Afficionado says:

        How long would it take to obtain a Declaratory Judgment?

        The way Trump described it, Cruz could just walk into court (our courts accept walk-ins?) and walk out instantly with a ruling. But if it is that fast, how thorough can it be? The citizenship of Ted Cruz’s mother is in doubt, Cruz’s dual passport is in doubt…how can a judge rule on this hastily?

        Can a judge rule “no decision” on a Declaratory Judgment? If so, that could be extremely risky for Cruz.

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        • jello333 says:

          If Cruz has the evidence already — big IF — then yeah, it could be pretty quick and simple. They’d still have to schedule a hearing, but I’m sure any court would gladly clear a few hours on their docket to do this. The judge examines the evidence, and if he determines it’s valid, that’s it… he issues a “declaratory judgment” that Cruz IS eligible. Now if he DOESN’T have the evidence… much different story.

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        • dakotacav says:

          The length of time it takes to get the judgment doesn’t appear to be the concern. As far as I know, in order to get a court to issue a declaratory judgment, there has to be an actual controversy. Thus, seeking a declaratory judgment is a deadly proposition for Cruz, because that means that he has to admit in his pleadings that there is an actual controversy that the court needs to decide, that controversy is whether or not he is a natural born citizen of the US. Obviously he cannot go there, and Trump obviously knows this as well, thereby making his suggestion yet another in a continuing series of brilliant moves by Trump .

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    • Suzy Kiprien says:

      CNN’s legal adviser, Jeffrey Toobin, says it can’t be done. He is making Trump look like someone who doesn’t know what he is talking about.
      Trump has done his homework on this issue, he says he has used this strategy before, thus I trust Trump.

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  2. mickie says:

    Touche’.My thought exactly, Prem.

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  3. Joe says:

    CNN is turning out to be a much better place to view this political process than FOX.

    It amazes me how Trump has smoked out the enemy. He has forced so many hands and the revelations have opened my eyes in ways I would never have believed.

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    • don welch says:

      haven’t watched 10 minutes total of fox news since kelly decided to take over the world in the first debate.

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      • R-C says:

        Yep, Kelly was practically bursting with her own perceived importance: she was going to knock ‘one of these candidates’ out of the election, all by herself.

        The arrogance.

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        • Tampa2 says:

          I thought she’d replace BO’R in ratings until the debate. I thought she meant Bush. I thought wrong. I won’t think that way again. She is like the proverbial ex wife. Despicable.

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      • Joe says:

        I like to compare the coverage.

        But more than that, Trump forcing those who have influence to stake out public positions is unprecedented and his ability to reveal people you thought were on your side yet are actually against you is an incredible.

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    • bpk1300 says:

      i have cancelled Fox here, all i need to see on Fox, I see online!!!

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      • Congratulations. I’m sure you will sleep better at night. One of the first things I noticed when I quit FOX: SOUNDER SLEEP!

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        • Actually I find most of them so boring and scripted they actually PUT me to sleep! Haha

          I had liberal friends that would always crack on Fox News about their “BREAKING NEWS ALERT” with the loud sound. I actually never noticed how much they do it until they said it. The funny thing is they were right, they do it ALL THE TIME.

          Breaking News Alert: the Sun is Hot
          Breaking News Alert: Trump is Rich

          Try watching them seriously now that I’ve said that! I couldn’t anymore.

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        • Tampa2 says:

          Praise the Lord. You’re so right, MoniQue!

          Liked by 2 people

      • Nightcrawler says:

        Me, too! I haven’t watched a Fox channel (except a football game) since the first debate. Megan Kelly is dead to me- as is O’Reily, et al.
        Very disingenuous. Very disappointing!
        Thank you, Mr. Trump!

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    • KBR says:

      Only after Sundance kindly edited this. Watching on tv, there were Trump comments and then an idiot panel to tear apart every point he made, accusing him of attacking Cruz, saying all manner of negative things. Then more Trump and then another idiot panel to pick apart every point. The idiot panels, were of course other “journalists” called “experts” who had never done anything better than make a living running their mouths. If they are so politically savvy why aren’t they president?
      Actually I couldn’t watch the whole thing. I taped it to edit with fast-forward through the the BS.
      CNN and Wolff Buttzer are NOT any better than any others, maybe worse. Sickening.

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    • John Galt says:

      “It amazes me how Trump has smoked out the enemy.”

      Well said. Natural born citizenship eligibility challenges typically escape court review on the merits because John or Jane Q. Public lack legal standing to make the challenge. Hence courts dismiss cases on a “lack of standing” without adjudicating the merits of the citizenship issue. Along comes Trump and points out that Cruz has standing to obtain immediate judicial review on the merits via the Federal Declaratory Judgment Act. Of course Cruz doesn’t want to drop the “legal standing” shield. Masterful play by Trump, very impressive.

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      • dakotacav says:

        JG, I didn’t see your comment before I commented earlier in this thread, but you are absolutely right that Cruz is entitled to go to court with this, but, as you are no doubt aware, he would have to declare that the issue of his natural born citizenry is in controversy. He doesn’t want to dignify this discussion, obviously, since his response so far is to show a Fonzie jump the shark video…

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    • seventhndr says:

      For the most part, I agree. There was that interview SD posted yesterday where they asked him about Ted and then as soon as Trump was off the air they called it a “typical Trump Attack”.

      I do know this. Trump is a refreshing interview and I hope people see the difference. None of that, “When I was growing up, my daddy used to clean the undersides of toilets. And just last week I spoke to Suzy Homemaker in South Carolina, who is raising a family on just 50 cents a day.” Great, but the question was, how are you going to improve the economy?

      Unless you are a democrat. Then the question is “Who’s your favorite president?” with a star struck look in there eye…

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  4. R-C says:

    One comment re: “Ted Cruz is going to build a wall.”

    SURE he is…the only thing slimy politicians like Weathervane Cruz know how to build is a smoke screen. And discontent. They can build discontent.

    Trump will build the wall.

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  5. SharonKinDC says:

    Here’s a contradictory legal opinion from the pro-eligible Harvard boyz piece: http://puzo1.blogspot.com/2015/03/a-response-to-neil-katyal-and-paul.html

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    • PremAmerica says:

      Wow! How professionally written. Great find Sharon!

      The best part for me was how he points out the snarky unprofessionalism of Katyal et al towards the end of the article.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        This attorney was one of the key attorneys in all the challenges to Obama’s Eligibility. At the time, he was interviewed extensively on Blog Talk Radio and wrote numerous articles.

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    • amjean says:

      I always think about what the founders intent was.
      It is obvious that the founders did not want foreign
      influence in the presidency.

      Therefore, a child would have to be born to two
      US citizen parents, mother and father, in order to
      run for the presidency.

      Hypothetically –
      We might have Osama Bin Laden and
      his US citizen wife/mistress’s child running for
      president.

      Or Angela Merkel, idiot president of Germany and
      her US citizen husband’s child running. LOL

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      • amjean says:

        To clarify, if we only need one parent to be a
        US citizen in order to run for the presidency,
        hypothetically……….

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        • KBR says:

          Every ISIS terrorist will kidnap an American woman and call her his wife…

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        • hocuspocus13 says:

          …and has to be actively living in USA

          It’s like the movie stars who have homes all around the world and spend some time there but most of their living time is at their home in USA because they don’t want to loose their American Citizenship

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          • Jo McIntyre says:

            You can’t lose your citizenship, even if you try. You have call an embassy, make an appointment with the proper bureaucrat, fill out forms, pay a HUGE “fee” and listen to the guy tell you that you can never get your citizenship back once you sign the form.
            They want their blood money! I know, because I have a friend who finally went through the process after being harassed by the US Treasury Dept. I suspect that’s why Tina Turner got Swiss citizenship and gave up US citizenship.

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      • flawesttexas says:

        The Founding Fathers were well aware of, at that time, that most nations were ruled by foreign royal families. The British royals at the time were mostly German.

        The Founding Fathers also pushed back against a proposal to have a Prussian prince become King/Emperor of the United States

        Which is why they insisted on Natural Born Citizens to be President

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Exactly. Also, if CN Ted is OK here, why are US anchor babies our responsibility? Can’t have it both ways!

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    • Many of us “birthers” back in 2008 are very familiar with Mario Apuzzo. At that time I was securing documents from each Secretary of State on the birth question of Obama back in 2008. Many times we’d pass them on to him. Mario probably knows more about this subject than anyone. For sure more than Neal Katyal and Paul Clement.

      Cruz is in a lot of trouble on this one and he will find out that his letter from Neal Katyal and Paul Clement of Harvard he’s been using to justify his ineligible run is just about as useless AS A LETTER OF APPROVAL FROM HIS MOM!

      Cruz is not eligible.

      And when they discover his mother had naturalized in 1968 as others who claim, it’s over for Cruz, he won’t even be able to try to use the clause John McCain born in the Panama Canal Zone military base, which is what my own brother used who was also born in Panama Canal Zone on a US MILITARY BASE.

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  6. Great Interview trump gave he is a real leader.

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    • R-C says:

      YES! What Snaggletooths says.

      If you have not watched this interview, watch it. And note: not one niggling, squirming, prevaricating, “nuanced” answer from Trump–only straightforward, detailed answers.

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    • petszmom says:

      the rallies are great but the one to ones are Fabulous. So much grace, finesse, and aplomb in watching him sit with these insufferable interviewers and never lose his cool.

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  7. petszmom says:

    i was fortunate enough to catch the melania piece on the erin burnett program this evening. what a beautiful first lady she will be. she made it a point to say that she applied for citizenship in 2001 BECAUSE you have to follow the rules, you have to follow the law. the theme of the piece was “is she campaigning for her husband?”. She covered it well saying she was doing many private things and keeping abreast of all things political and so forth. This coverage came from her feature in Harper’s mag.

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    • dondeg says:

      Watching her in the interview with Baba Wawa, she seemed wary to say too much, possibly knowing how easily the lamestream media twists people’s words. Whatever her motivation, I was impressed by her intelligence.

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  8. 240grjhp says:

    Trump just used a .50 Barrett Sniper on Cruz!

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  9. dondeg says:

    Thanks for posting these! You save me a Youtube search!

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  10. sundaybu says:

    I think Wolf is a Trump fan, shhhhhh….

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  11. Great interviews Trump!

    CNN gets an “F” !

    During the interview a few times it was established and confirmed by both Wolf Blitzer and Donald Trump that TRUMP DID NOT RAISE THE QUESTION ABOUT TED CRUZ’ CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP ISSUE and THAT IT WAS A REPORTER WHO DID.

    Yet throughout that part of the interview CNN ran this ticker along the bottom in big bold letters: “TRUMP RAISES BIRTHER QUESTIONS ABOUT CRUZ”

    I have tweeted CNN & Wolf Blitzer about this just to let them know we noticed this!

    The media and Cruz bots would love to make this into some birther issue brought out by Trump, but Trump is NOT the person who brought it up.

    That was a good idea that Trump said this can all go away for Cruz with a Declaratory Judgement.

    And by God Cruz should get one, if not he does run the risk of getting caught up in court for 1-2 years. What a mess.

    Cruz is so inexperienced that he’s willing to take a chance this could happen WHEN OUR COUNTRY IS IN DIRE STRAIGHTS AND $19 TRILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT AND WE DON’T HAVE THE TIME TO WASTE ON SUCH UNNECESSARY DRAMA.

    Cruz is just not ready to be commander in chief and this proves it.

    He has to get advice from a fellow candidate.

    Again, daddy Trump having to help baby Cruz.

    FAIL!

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  12. NCPatriot says:

    Donald J. did very well in this interview ! Just like he did on Face the Nation last Sunday. We can really see the depth of knowledge he has on these 1:1 interviews. He doesn’t hesitate and answers every question—confidently !

    And for all the low-fo’s——, he reviewed how the president is suppose to work with congress and not go around congress with executive orders—-in a way a fifth grader can understand! (Like he would talk to his youngest son !) The more I see him, the more I see the man I want to be my President.What a refreshing change from political-speak!

    I wonder if any of these news people are softening their strong resistance to him? He is really a likable guy, IMO

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    • KBR says:

      Honestly! Any lo fos would likely listen to the three so called “experts” Wollf Buttzer had after each segment (which Sundance kindly spared you from having to watch) criticizing Trump and all but calling him a liar. They were sickening. Trust me they still hate Trump.

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  13. irvingtwosmokes says:

    Pastor Ted’s Free Republic flock in in full Chernobyl mode…lmao

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  14. hocuspocus13 says:

    Come on Cruz…grab that bull by the horns and shows us your Citizen Statis
    🐂🐂🐂

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  15. It would seem that Mr. Cruz has a serious problem regarding eligibility to become a US President. He’s a smart man, and as a lawyer he surely must be aware that a Declaratory Judgment would settle the issue and cement his claim. I assume he’s been planning a White House run for a long time, so why didn’t he seek this remedy when he relinquished his Canadian citizenship? Could it be that he knew it was a lost cause?

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    • A lot of people think that just because a person is an attorney that they would somehow know about CITIZENSHIP cases and citizenship law. In my own citizenship and taxes issues I quickly discovered that very FEW attorneys have a clue on citizenship law, let alone both citizenship and tax law combined.

      A very small select few are versed in this.

      The fact that all Ted Cruz has garnished towards his justification to run as president is some letter from some Harvard attorneys and that he has not secured a Declaratory Judgment, illustrates this point.

      The only question is how deep the court go on issuing a Declaratory Judgment? If they require proof that Ted Cruz’ mother never renounced her US Citizenship then he’s cooked. I know with Italian citizenship Jure Sanguinis, the applicant must prove their parent had never renounced Italian citizenship, which means their parent never became a naturalized citizen of a foreign country. They use census records, naturalization records, and 2 other agencies to confirm this. They also use any notations on birth certificate of the parent the applicant is using to gain citizenship through.

      Each country has different stipulations but In any case this is a nasty and complicated process if Ted Cruz’ mom had naturalized as a Canadian citizen in 1968 before Ted was born. IF the court is worth their salt they would require proof his
      mother never renounced her US citizenship.

      And even if she didn’t looks like Mario Apuzzo says Cruz is ineligible regardless.

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      • mketch says:

        I found this during research. Not sure if it is relevant, but it caught my eye concerning Cruz’ mother’s citizenship status…

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Canadian_nationality_law

        Although Canada restricted dual citizenship between 1947 and 1977, there were some situations where Canadians could nevertheless legally possess another citizenship. For example, migrants becoming Canadian citizens were not asked to formally prove that they had ceased to hold the nationality of their former country. Similarly children born in Canada to non-Canadian parents were not under any obligation to renounce a foreign citizenship they had acquired by descent. Holding a foreign passport did not in itself cause loss of Canadian citizenship.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Marco has even more issues. Neither of his parents got US Citizenship until he was 4 or 5 years old.

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    • MVW says:

      Or worse, a toss up.

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  16. flawesttexas says:

    What the real story is here with Cruz Eligibility is that he has SEALED his (and his mother’s) citizenship records. Obviously, something is there that he does not want out. He could end all this talk by tomorrow by releasing the info…..right, CruzOids?

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  17. JustSomeInputFromAz says:

    What a great performance during this interview by Donald the LionHeart.

    He has stayed “On Message” for seven months now, never waivers, just continues to persuade!

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      Actually Mr.Trump has been “On Message” for 28 years…..he has just decided to “Do It Himself Now”

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      • ezpz says:

        Exactly so. I just re-watched “The Making of Trump” from the History Channel, and it’s amazing how a very young, very handsome, and oh so sexy Trump was saying the very same things in the 70s and 80s!

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      • rashamon says:

        Good point, JSIFAz. Yes, looking back over his many, many interviews and public appearances, Trump repeats the same beliefs since he started his career. He competed with one of my clients on several projects. The conclusion: respect for a game played hard, but well.

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    • Donald the Lionheart! I love it. He truly is our American Lion, and he’s also like an American Eagle too.

      Maestro Trump! In interviews he is so great for sure. Even when the interviewer wants to cut him off to get to the point of the answer, Trump is so engaging the interviewer finds themselves ENGAGED. He is so interesting and holds their attention. Even Chris Cuomo finds himself chuckling at Trump’s jokes in between yelling at Trump and listening.

      Trump is just plain likable and he’s mutable yet strong. A gifted communicator.

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  18. sandraopines says:

    Cruz dismissed the Trump suggestion according to the Hill.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-primaries/265026-cruz-dismisses-non-issue-citizenship-questions

    Man that makes no sense to me!

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  19. PatriotGalNC says:

    I love Donald Trump’s face. During all his interviews, he has this face… This is the face that our enemies and allies will see, at the Negotiating Table!

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  20. It showed how dishonest CNN was in the video, watch it again. When trump says well I didn’t bring it up, the Washington post asked me the question. And Wolf reluctantly agrees, the caption below the video says “Trump raises birther questions on Cruz!” I hate the media so much, but I loved the way Trump handled the interview. He truly is getting better every time and I noticed that Wolf was almost looking like a student listening to the teacher. Trump has a way of making someone fall in line and look almost submissive even when they aren’t typically like that with other people. He’s the real deal folks, a true leader that will get things done for once, and it’ll be fast. That I can tell you! I find myself saying that to people all the time now. Haha Trumps the best!

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  21. margo says:

    I love the reference to his Lion Heart plus that Lion Logo, and I think he is OUR Winston Churchill.

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  22. rashamon says:

    Goliath, meet David. The games have yet to begin.

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  23. Jmbuck says:

    Just want to say thank you to all. I found this website several months ago after I gave up on Faux News. I made a couple of comments after attending a Trump rally, but since then I have thoroughly enjoyed just sitting on a tree branch taking it all in. I feel a little intimidated by all the brilliance posted here but still feel very much at home. Hope you don’t mind.

    Right now, after seeing this interview, I am so thrilled to finally have such a brilliant man stepping up to be our next president. It showcases how prepared he his to take on the corruption of our so called leaders in Washington. It is so laughable when Hillary’s supporters claim she is the most prepared to be president. I cannot wait to see the debate between her and Trump if it ever happens! If it happens IMO it will be the most watch program in history. After seeing this if she is not stupid her kankles should be shaking. Get the popcorn ready Treepers this is getting better and better!

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    • MVW says:

      Thank you for that article link. It is a nice portrait of Melania and for me a comforting portrait. No forced errors coming from Melania.

      Wow! is all I can finally say.

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      • MVW says:

        After a nights sleep, I realized that Melania will be another arrow in the Trump quiver. Trump will deploy Melania to remake America Brand into ‘in your face’, bold Chic, and top world fashion. Like the ruby red American purse. Eye singeing glamorous cheerleading.

        Socialists have been burning the American flag as their motif, their theme is kill America. In contrast, Trump will be burning the left’s tawdry, dirty, underwear exposing, baggy trousers as Socialism’s effigy.

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        • vdorta says:

          I think you’re right. Trump is one of those immense figures that lead people into awakenings and make the “before and after” markers in history. And his beautiful family is the wax seal.

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  24. drdeb says:

    Superior article that clearly explains why Cruz and Rubio cannot be President or Vice President:
    http://giveusliberty1776.blogspot.com/2015/03/why-ted-cruz-is-not-natural-born-citizen.html

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  25. Sentient says:

    That was a great interview! The best part (of many) in my opinion was when Trump said that many of the illegals could come back into the US – that a lot of them are good people. He didn’t promise a timeline. He didn’t weigh in on “path to citizenship”, but he also didn’t shirk from giving a simple answer to a simple question. Most politicians when being accused of being soft on illegals would try to be a hard ass. That’s what Cruz is doing, for example: “I will banish them forever!!” Trump’s not afraid of being called “soft on illegals”. He just gives his honest opinion – albeit holding some cards back as bargaining chips. No lawyer-speak, and no wasting our time with “that’s a very good and important question , Wolf…”.

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    • jello333 says:

      Yeah, Trump is handling this just right. Those who say illegals should just be able to stay, no questions asked, are wrong. And those who say illegals should be deported and NEVER given a chance to apply for re-entry, be vetted, and maybe come back legally at a later date are also wrong. But Donald is taking a very reasonable, cautious, and yes “compassionate” middle ground. Good.

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  26. feralcatsblog says:

    May others say what they will, I remain firm in my support of Ted Cruz for Prime Minister of Canada.

    Go Canada! Go Ted!

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  27. History Teaches says:

    Enjoy the wild ride during the next year. Trump is a once-in-a-lifetime game changer. Reagan, because of his time and era, had to work within the system to finally master the system. As an outsider he none the less had to pay his dues by establishing legitimacy via state office and then patiently fight the internal party battles. Imagine if Reagan had independent access to social media and was able to control his narrative directly! His popular culture familiarity, rapport with the average person, common sense and innate intelligence would have shaken the entrenched political class directly.. I would have enjoyed a world where Reagan could have used his innate communicative skills without filtering and distortion. Trump in the seventies/eighties would have faced so many more obstacles. It would have been so much harder to circumvent the system. Even with a self funding campaign he would have been severely restricted in terms of by passing the legacy media and generating the mass enthusiasm that is now shaking the GOP. Trump has spent decades carefully observing, studying, analyzing. The old saying about “being the right man for his time” really does apply.

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  28. LawrencePaul says:

    Trump is as smart as the left likes to think Obama is.

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  29. oldgrunt68 says:

    I have given money to Cruz, and like him much. I was going to vote for Trump for many of the reasons this site has listed. But, I can’t take stupidity like this citizenship thing. Cruz is natural born.
    I am voting for Cruz.

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    • LawrencePaul says:

      As I suspect you always were. If you take offence at people asking legitimate questions
      then we are happy for you to stay on the losing team. Was questioning whether Obama was a natural born citizen also “stupidity”?

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    • MVW says:

      The issue is that Cruz is vulnerable and a court case is always a flip of the coin. You think Hillary won’t use it in October? It needs to be cleared up and a Federal judge can do it quickly, one way or the other.

      The issue is whether Cruz has a chance at Trump’s VP selection. Cruz may take the chance after losing Iowa, which he will lose (sorry to break the news to you).

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    • Martin says:

      You’re a Cruzbot so the stupidity is already there with you.

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