A newly unearthed recording reveals a state attorney general explaining how the president’s eligibility could be tested in the courts by a lawyer defending a client against an accusation brought under legislation signed by Obama.
The recording of Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli puts him on a growing list of elected leaders, members of Congress and state officials who have addressed concerns over Obama’s eligibility to occupy the White House.
Cuccinelli released a statement this week that the recording, apparently made either while he was campaigning for the office or shortly after he was elected, was a “hypothetical” answer to a “hypothetical” question.
Spokesman Brian Gottstein in Cuccinelli’s office today explained to WND Cuccinelli is battling the Obama White House on many fronts: health care, the EPA’s determination on carbon dioxide and others.
“If it does get taken to court, we’ll deal with it then. That’s right now not what he’s doing.”
Gottstein continued, “We just have no interest in the issue. We’re going after the administration on all these other fronts. This is not on our radar screen. Our consistent message has been this was not an issue in his campaign. And it’s not an issue now.”
Read More: By Bob Unruh, WND
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