(A) Bill Clinton: Wife and staff have been nominated to key posts in new administration.
(B) John F. Kennedy: Youthful, articulate Senator representing generational change.
(C) Abraham Lincoln: Staffed cabinet with “Team of Rivals”.
(D) Chester Arthur: Other than those born before the establishment of the United States of America, only US president who was born a British citizen.
(E) Jimmy Carter: First president born in a hospital.
Answer: All but E. Barack Obama has refused to directly disclose the specific location of his birthplace or release a copy of his long form Birth Certificatae (though his campaign has released an abstract summary lacking such detail). Further, all present day medical centers in the city of Honolulu have been unable to confirm that Mr. Obama was born at their institutions.
Like Chester Arthur, Obama’s father was a British citizen at the time his American wife gave birth (Barack Obama, Sr. was a citizen of Kenya, then under British rule). Many legal scholars believe this fact complicates Obama’s eligibility to serve as President of the United States given the US Constitution’s Article II, Section I requirement that he be a “natural born citizen”, which is generally regarded as one born of two citizen parents and within the jurisdiction of the United States. More on the natural born citizen controversy here.