Born a citizen of the Philippines, she took her oath of U.S. citizenship at the age of four. I'm pretty sure that 4-year-olds can't legally take the oath of citizenship. Rewording is needed? --Lynn Onyx 00:58, 3 January 2007 (UTC)
This is in fact true, and we have the documentation on hand to prove it. Michele's father was stationed at the now defunct (and buried) Clark Air Force Base. Michele was born in a civilian hospital in Angeles City, Philippines, and is technically a Philippine citizen. When her father was rotated back to the states, Michele was 4 years old and she was sworn as a US Citizen. When she turned 18 she had the option of renouncing her US citizenship and reclaiming her Philippines citizenship if she so desired, since she was not of legal consenting age when sworn. She did not do so, and remains a naturalized US citizen today. However, due to this process, she can never attain the office of President of the United States. Eric Light - 4 March 2007. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Nukukun (talk • contribs) .