The children of two American citizens, born in the territory of the United States, are “natural born citizens.” Citizenship is their natural right, not a privilege granted by the Government.
SIMPLE TEST: If you have to cite a law to prove that someone is a citizen, then he is not a “natural born citizen.”
Anyone, who has to cite a law — including the 14th Amendment — has disqualified their own argument. The 14th Amendment to the Constitution did not change the eligibility requirements for the presidency.
Citizenship is a natural right for those born of American parents on American soil. The Government does not grant the right and they cannot legally revoke it. Natural born citizens are “naturally” American citizens. They do not require approval of their citizenship from the Government.