This explains why President of the United States Barack Hussein Obama doesn’t have to meet any of the qualifications set out in Article II Section 1 Clause 5 of the Constitution to be eligible to the Office of President. George Washington, the first person elected President on February 4, 1789, wouldn’t qualify for 14 Years residency within the United States until July 5, 1790, so on April 30, 1789 he took the oral oath of Office of President of the United States, which has no stated qualifications. Article VI of the Constitution requires “all executive and judicial Officers” to “be bound by Oath or Affirmation,” which means that the oath or affirmation has to be signed by the person to be bound, according to the Statute of Frauds of 1677. No President of the United States has ever subscribed his oath of office.
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