Is Sen. Kamala Harris, D-CA, eligible to run for president in the United States?
That’s a major question being asked by figures on both sides of the political aisle.
On Monday, Harris announced that she is running for president in 2020.
Soon after her announcement, CNN’s Chris Cuomo suggested on Tuesday that Harris should have to prove she was born in the U.S. in order to avoid potential legal trouble on the campaign trail.
Cuomo made the comment after Twitter user Jacob Wohl suggested that Harris is ineligible to become president because her father, a Jamaican immigrant, and her mother, an Indian immigrant, were not legal residents in the U.S. for five years before her birth.
“And hopefully there will be no games where the issue keeps changing for righty accusers…and…the legit info abt Harris comes out to deal with the allegation ASAP. The longer there is no proof either way, the deeper the effect,” Cuomo wrote in the now deleted tweet.
Kamala Harris is NOT eligible to be President. Her father arrived from Jamaica in 1961—mother from India arrived in 1960
Neither parent was a legal resident for 5 years prior to Harris’s birth, a requirement for naturalization
Kamala was raised in Canada
— Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) January 22, 2019
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