OTHER Country's laws have no effect on our citizenship whatever. Dual Citizens (such as James Madison), and dual citizens at birth (such as Woodrow Wilson and Dwight D. Eisenhower and Obama) are included in the definition of Natural Born Citizen and hence all four of them were allowed to become president of the USA.<quoted text>By the very word 'dual-citizens' have a conflict of interest. Great Britain and Indonesia do not recognize dual-citizenship and the U.S. doesn't recognize dual-citizenship with countries that don't recognize dual-citizenship. Impeach the Kenyan-born Antichrist! John 3:16
Get it? There are NO exceptions. IF the writers of the Constitution had intended to make exceptions for the US-born children of foreign-citizens or US-born dual citizens, they would have told us---and they didn't tell us.
As you have said so many times, and as both strict construction judical interpretation and libertarian principles hold, it is not allowed to read into the Constitution something that it does NOT say. And, it does not say that the US-born children of foreign citizens are not allowed to be president, and it does not say that US-born dual citizens are not allowed to be president.