birthright citizenship

A U.S. district judge in Utah said it was unconstitutional for people born in American Samoa to be considered U.S. “nationals” and not citizens with full rights.
President Donald Trump is looking to change the U.S. constitution and do away with birthright citizenship.
Laurence Tribe calls out the president for trying to "reverse the outcome of the Civil War" and rewrite the 14th Amendment.
This isn't the first time the president has said he was looking to end birthright citizenship, which is granted by the 14th Amendment.
“That’s not how the Constitution of the United States works,” the former president said in Florida.
Old footage of Cruz talking about the 14th Amendment has not aged well.
The speaker of the House echoed the legal consensus that only a constitutional amendment can revoke birthright citizenship.
"Late Show" host says there's a word to describe Trump's latest presidential power grab.
“Well, you obviously cannot do that,” the House speaker said.