According to Axios, President Trump is gearing up to sign an executive order that would, in their words, “remove the right to citizenship for babies of non-citizens born on U.S. soil.” There is some ambiguity in this formulation. Will the executive order in question limit birthright citizenship to the children of U.S. citizens, or will it extend citizenship to the children of lawful permanent residents, as in the case of most market democracies that have revised their birthright citizenship rules in recent decades?
The executive order doesn't change or nullify any existing law but merely offers a different interpretation of the 14th Amendment
which I believe has been misinterpreted for over a hundred years,
Finally an executive order to correct the situation to put an end to these "anchor babies".
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