• No, after FDR, it was decided that there would be a 2 term, 8 year max for each president. This was originally George Washington's idea.
  • But Republicans wanted to change the Constitution back to normal when the Great Prevaricator proved to be so popular. What Roundtree forgets to mention is that Republicans shoved the two term limit in after FDR proved so popular.
  • As long as the first term consisted of serving out (for less than 2 years) someone else's term that same president could then be elected (second term) and re-elected (third term).
  • no. elected terms are limited to 2 (eight years) because of the 10 yr limit imposed on the office.
  • Nope after FDR they changed the rules the Republicans did not like losing this much

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