Johnson served one full term as well as the balance of John F. Kennedy's term (November 23, 1963 - January 20, 1969)
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He served 6 full terms and part of another.
Lyndon B. Johnson served the remainder of John F. Kennedy's term in office following Kennedy's assassination. President Johnson was then elected in 1964 and served an additional term from 1965 to 1969. He did not run in 1968.
a president can serve only 2 terms a president can serve only 2 terms
A president is allowed to serve two terms.
Two full four year terms; plus if they were vice president and the president left office they can serve out the remaining years of the previous president's term in office. Harry S. Truman could have served two full terms as president, in addition to the time he was president for FDR who died in office. Lyndon B. Johnson could serve two full terms in addition to the time he was president after John F. Kennedy was killed (by Lee H. Oswald acting alone). Gerald R. Ford could have served two full terms as president in addition to the time he was president after Richard M. Nixon resigned.
A president can serve 10 years total. That would be two elected terms of four years and two years of a President who died or left office by resignation, Impeachment, or disability. Lyndon Johnson could have been elected to two terms of four years each because he took over from assassinated President Kennedy in 1963 in the last two years of his term. That would have made nine years and just over two months.
Lyndon B. Johnson served one full term and one part of a term as President of the United States of America. Taking on the remainder of John F. Kennedy's term after his assassination in 1963, Johnson was also elected as the 36th president.
They serve in four year terms. Currently, a president can only serve 2 terms.
A president can only serve 2 terms.
the president can only serve two terms.
Franklin Roosevelt was the only one to serve for four terms as president.
No. He served the remainder of JFK's term and then served a full term from 1964-1968.
An U.S. president can only serve 2 full terms
A president can serve no more than two full terms.
A United States president can only serve two terms in office.
No. There are no restrictions on how many terms a vice-president can serve. The only requirement is that he be eligible to serve as President.
No. A person who has served two terms as president can not serve as president again, and the vice-president must be eligible to serve as the president, in case the president is unable to serve.
the maximum number of terms the president may serve is 2
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first president to serve three terms.
a French president can serve two terms of five years each.
Andrew Johnson completed the 1865-1869 presidential term, to which Abraham Lincoln was elected, after the assassination of President Lincoln. He failed to get nominated to run for another term. Andrew Johnson was elected Vice President once, never elected President, and served as President a total of about 97% of a term. Lyndon Johnson completed the 1961-1965 presidential term, to which John F. Kennedy was elected, after the assassination of President Kennedy. In 1964, he was reelected for the 1965-1969 term. Lyndon Johnson was elected Vice President once, elected President once, and served as President a total of about 1.29 terms.
Unlike with the President, there is no limit to the number of terms the Vice President of the United States may serve.