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US Presidents
US Constitution
George Washington

Can the American president serve more than one term in office?

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March 07, 2011 7:32PM

Yes, he may normally be eligible for two 4-year terms. But under the 22nd Amendment, a Vice President (or other) who serves more than 2 years of a preceding President's term may only be elected to the office once.