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Bombshell: U.S. government questioned Obama citizenship

May 11, 2011
Aaron Klein

Said it lacked documents to determine birth country

The U.S. government is on record questioning President Obama’s citizenship status as early as when he was 5 years old, stating it lacked documentation to determine his citizenship, WND has learned.

The citizenship inquiry dated back to 1966, when Obama’s mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, was attempting to secure a waiver so her second husband, Indonesian citizen Lolo Soetoro, could return to the country after his visa had expired.

Dunham separated from her first husband, Barack Obama Sr., in 1963 when the future president was 2 years old. Dunham and Obama Sr. are reported to have divorced in 1964.

In 1965 in Hawaii, Dunham married Soetoro, an Indonesian, and moved to Indonesia in October 1967.

Soetoro had been studying at the University of Hawaii as part of a State Department-initiated student exchange program.

Soetoro’s student visa had been sponsored by the University of Hawaii’s Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West. The program enforced strict visa limitations, requiring foreign students to return to their home countries after two years.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. May 13, 2011 2:25 am

    It is obvious they are trying to sell more books, they have squeezed the subject dry but a job is a job. However, before jumping to conclusion it is interesting how no one question why they did not bother to follow up on Mr. Benson, the first person to show that official US immigration office did check and declared him a US citizen. Since they have been so good at going after trivia one wonder why they stopped with Benson statement. Or do they check only when it gives them the answer they want? But those were the Vietnam War years, my time and I remember Obama’s mother was not exactly an establishment girl and no special treatment for us Peace Advocates

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