Ted Cruz Has ‘Nothing Against Canada’ But Would Renounce Citizenship [VIDEO]

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Ah, I bet you missed the birthers.

Their curiosity about how a black man with family from Kenya could be president of the United States. Their skepticism about the authenticity of documents that experts say are totally legit. Their willingness to ignore even the most solid evidence that they’re wrong.

Well, you’re in luck. The birthers are back in the spotlight. Kind of.

Even though he was just elected to Congress, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is considered a viable possibility to be the Republican presidential candidate in 2016.

But there’s a snag: Cruz was born in Canada. See how that could affect his path to the presidency in the video above.

WARNING: This video clip contains images of Donald Trump speaking.

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