Virginia Attorney General outlines birther legal challenge

Audio has surfaced of Virginia Attorney General outlining a legal strategy to challenge President Obama's citizenship.

In the recording, released by a liberal blog, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli describes how someone could gain the legal standing to mount a successful lawsuit.

"It will get tested in my view when someone--when [Obama] signs a law, and someone is convicted of violating it and one of their defenses will be it is not a law because someone qualified to be President didn’t sign it," Cuccinelli says.

Cuccinelli even says it's "possible" that he could challenge Obama's citizenship in court if Virginia were to sue the federal government.

The kicker comes when Cuccinelli says he thinks it's possible Obama may have been born in Kenya.

"Someone's going to have to come forward with nailed down testimotny that he was born in 'place b,' wherever that is. You know the speculation is Kenya. And that doesn't seem beyond the realm of possibility," he says.