I'm not American, but I'm asking this cause my wife and I are having a baby and I was thinking of me and her moving over to the US for a few months holiday using visitor visas so she could have the baby there and the baby will be an American citizen, and maybe years later that will help us get American citizenship too.
But I heard this guy is going to change the law so that babies born in US will not be citizens anymore and he'll also take away citizenship of babies who were already born in US to non-Americans.
My question is, how likely is he to become president, and if he does can he revoke our child's citizenship if we went to America using tourism visas and gave birth there?
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People said the same thing about Trump a couple months ago. Well, he is still around and they are not. The US president power is actually quite limited. There are a lot of safe guards to keep the guy in check. Most if his powers come from influences and relations with the public and foreign powers. Without congress support, a president can't do much.1