He’s got dual citizenship, and I believe that the law as it reads now states that to be prez you can only have Taiwanese citizenship, ie, give up his baby blue USof A passport.
Don’t these things work on reciprocity? If a Taiwanese couple had a kid in Chicago, even if they didn’t have Green cards or were just visiting, and the kid would still be granted US citizenship, right?
Therefore, as a US citizen, that kid could be President of the US. Right?
So, what do you think? Do I have a shot at it, or should I stop telling my kid he could be President of Taiwan some day?