The presidential campaign of Donald Trump is one of the most bizarre political things to happen in quite some time. He's said some outrageous things but nothing quite irks me like him saying that not all children born in the United States should be granted citizenship. Despite citizenship being a right in the 14th Amendment. It wouldn't be so bad if other candidates like Ben Carson, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, and Rand Paul didn't support ending birthright citizenship or join Trump in thinking that it's not in the Constitution when it clearly is.
It's actually part of section one of the 14th amendment "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.". Conservatives get really upset when people have a different perspective on the 2nd amendment, but then they suddenly just ignore the 14th? What part about "all persons" meant excluding "some persons"? You don't need to be a lawyer to understand something that could be understood ten minutes into a high school civics class.