Well, sort of. Boris Johnson, mayor of London, holds dual citizenship. Apparently he was born in New York. And like everyone who hold dual citizenship, he has found that causes a problem with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
The IRS wants to tax the gain on the sale of his home in the U.K. That sale was exempt in the U.K., but he is refusing to pay the IRS and he finds imposition of U.S. taxes on citizens outside of the U.S. "outrageous."
Nonetheless, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FACTA) demands that he pay. His other option, besides paying the tax, is to renounce his citizenship.