If the President does a good job, it is good to have him serve two terms. It gives him more time to implement his programs and complete any missing parts. On the other hand, if he does a bad job, even one term is too long. There are no special disadvantages in having a president for two terms-- a two term president is no more likely to do a bad job in his second term than an unknown is to do a bad job in his first and the voters know more about a man who has already served most of a term.
He was president for 2 terms making him the 22nd and 24th president.
a president can serve only 2 terms a president can serve only 2 terms
who was the first president to have 2 terms
NO- a president who has served two terms can not be the vice-president.
he only has 2 terms
4 yrs a term and about 2-4 terms for a President
President Bush served 2 terms.
George Washington, our first President, had two terms.
They serve in four year terms. Currently, a president can only serve 2 terms.
No, George Washington served 2 terms as the 1st President of the United States.
George Washinton served two terms as President.
A president can only serve 2 terms.
=== === No, any type of president can be elected for a maximum of 2 terms. the president and vice presidents terms are equivelent
The US president has a term of 4 years and can serve 2 terms. The president of Mali has a term of 5 years and can serve 2 terms.
An U.S. president can only serve 2 full terms
No president severed more than 2 terms. Franklin D. Roosevelt served more than 2 terms, though.
The terms for Congress are Senate 6 year terms House of Representatives 2 year terms President Each term is 4 years with the max of 2 terms a total of 8 years.
he served 2 terms