If you're a citizen, you're not a "guest." It quite literally is your country.
Hard to post anything today. Already posted once.
you guys going to go after semantics or address the topic?
Last I have to say on semantics.
If someone immigrates to a foreign country, until they are a citizen they are a guest.
Once naturalized if they participated in voting in country of origin they at one time lost u.s. citizenship.
By maintaining dual loyalties, voting in senate on appropriations which benefits their country of origin, or while voting for candidates in their home countries supporting the opposite they do here shows they never intended to leave home country therefore they are still a guest regardless of what American citizenship shows.
For sake of discussion Let’s just call it a guest political office citizenship!
Can’t really call it a guest worker visa cause they ain’t really working! LOL
ETA: I would think it would be a little disconcerting so many in the upper echelons of government, and to cabinet members hold dual citizenships.
I’ve looked at the way dual citizens politicians have voted on international issues over the years first I really paid much attention to their stand on current hot button issues