Yes, Rene Preval served a full term has Haiti's President. He served from 1996 to 2001, and then ran again and was elected in 2006.
No U.S. President has ever served 8 full terms
Thomas Jefferson served four years as vice-president and two terms as President. No other president that served two full terms was ever vice-president. Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge , Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson all served at least two years as vice president, became President and then were elected to one term of their own, but none served two full terms as President. Franklin Roosevelt ran for vice president but was not elected.
Franklin D. Roosevelt served four straight consecutive terms. no i need the first president who served EIGHT full years
No, a President is only allowed 2 terms in office. President FDR was the only President that served more than two terms. He died in office in 22 April 1945. Vice President Harry Truman was elevated to the office of President the same day that FDR died.
No, never, because a Constitutional amendment provides a two-term limit for the Presidency.
William Henry Harrison served a mere 31 days as president. Benjamin Harrison served a full term as president.
No US President has ever served 4 full terms. The only President to serve more than 2 terms was Franklin Delano Roosevelt. FDR was elected 4 times (1932, 1936, 1940, 1944) but died just 4 months into his 4th term, in April, 1945.
Both President Harrison's served once as President of the United States. William Henry Harrison served 31 days as president before passing away. Benjamin Harrison served 1 full term as president.
Nixon served one full term, and part of a second.
The individuals that served the longest in the executive office of the president are a number. There many who served two full terms but Franklin Roosevelt is the one who served the longest as he managed to stay in office for three full terms.
Of the current (July 2014) First Presidency and Quorum of Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Thomas S. Monson did not serve as a full-time missionary, but served in the US Navy. He later served as a mission president in Canada. Dieter F. Uchtdorf did not serve as a full-time missionary, but served in the German Air Force. Henry B. Eyring did not serve as a full-time missionary, but served in the US Air Force and as a district missionary. Boyd K. Packer did not serve as a full-time missionary, but served in the US Air Force during WWII. He later served as a mission president in New England. L. Tom Perry served as a missionary in the Northern States Mission (headquartered in Chicago) then served as a Marine in WWII. Russell M. Nelson did not serve as a full-time missionary, but served in medical duty in the US Army during the Korean War. Dallin H. Oaks did not serve as a full-time missionary but served in the Utah National Guard during the Korean War. M. Russell Ballard served as a full-time missionary in England and as a mission president in Canada. He also served in the US Army Reserves. Richard G. Scott did not originally plan on serving as a full-time missionary, but after his girlfried said she would only marry a returned missionary, changed his mind. He served in Uruguay. He later served as mission president in Argentina, where he was Apostle D. Todd Christofferson's mission president. He also served as a Nuclear Engineer for the US military. Robert D. Hales did not serve as a full-time missionary, but served as mission president in England. Jeffrey R. Holland served as a full-time missionary in England, where one of his companions was Apostle Quentin L. Cook. David A. Bednar served as a full-time missionary in Germany. Quentin L. Cook served as a full-time missionary in England, where one of his companions was Apostle Jeffrey R. Holland. D. Todd Christofferson served as a full-time missionary in Argentina, where Apostle Richard G. Scott was his mission president. Neil L. Andersen served as a full-time missionary in France. He later served as a mission president in France.
5 years - as per the Haitian constitution. A president can serve two terms total, though not consecutively.
"No friend ever served me, and no enemy ever wronged me, whom I have not repaid in full."
Ulysses S. Grant
Carter served one full term as President, 1977-1981.
He served as president for 1461 days. (one full term)
Wm. H. Taft served one full term as President, 1909-1913.
Jimmy Carter was the only full-term president who did not have the opportunity to appoint a supreme court justice.
Bill Clinton, who was President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. He served two full terms in office.
Hoover served one full term.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt served three terms plus three months as U.S. President. The most any other U.S. President served is two full four-year terms.
Many presidents have served two full terms.
The Honorable Franklin D. Roosevelt, was the only President to serve four full terms in office.