Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump, left, and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speak during the Republican presidential debate Jan. 14 in South Carolina. Trump and Cruz, who was born in Canada, have sparred about the election eligibility of “natural born citizens.”
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump, left, and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speak during the Republican presidential debate Jan. 14 in South Carolina. Trump and Cruz, who was born in Canada, have sparred about the election eligibility of “natural born citizens.” Rainier Ehrhardt Associated Press
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump, left, and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speak during the Republican presidential debate Jan. 14 in South Carolina. Trump and Cruz, who was born in Canada, have sparred about the election eligibility of “natural born citizens.” Rainier Ehrhardt Associated Press

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