Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) legislators yesterday called on President Chen Shui-bian's (陳水扁) daughter-in-law Huang Jui-ching (黃睿靚), who is currently in the US and said to be four to five months pregnant, to return to Taiwan and deliver her baby. Despite the lack of confirmation from members of the first family, KMT Legislator Kuo Su-chun (郭素春) said that Huang, who just graduated from the Manhattan School of Music, shouldn't stay in the US to have her baby. "The president, when running for office, said that the Taiwanese don't want a father of an American to be a president, and now he shouldn't allow himself to become the grandfather of an American," Kuo said, referring to People First Party Chairman James Soong (宋楚瑜) whose son Soong Chen-yuan (宋鎮遠) is a US citizen.
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