How would the legal precedence work, and have there ever been any such cases?
For example, let's say that someone was born in the USA (and has citizenship by birthright), but their family moved to Mexico when they were an infant. They grew up to become a Mexican diplomat, and were sent to the United States (is this possible?).
Now they are a dual citizen living in the country of their other citizenship, having diplomatic immunity while still being bound by the host nation's laws.
Which one takes priority?
For example, the IRS (as it's been known to do over the last 10 years) might start hassling them to backpay all of the taxes they "owe" for all the money they ever earned in their adult life in MX; could the diplomat claim diplomatic immunity in this case?
Side question: What if we are not dealing with a diplomat, but let's say a politician on a government visit (let's say they are visiting the White House). If this politician is a dual citizen, and the IRS finds out, could they issue an arrest order? Would this order be carried out by the White House security staff?