Which man served two full terms as president of the US?
Ulysses S. Grant
The 22nd and 24th Presidents were the same man. Grover Cleveland served as the 22nd President from 1885 to 1889, and he served again as the 24th President from 1893 to 1897. Benjamin Harrison served in the interim as the 23rd President from 1889 to 1893. Grover Cleveland is the only President to have served two non-consecutive terms.
Presidents who served two complete terms were George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, Grover Cleveland, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. Franklin D. Roosevelt was in office for three full terms and died a few months into a fourth.
Before the constitution there was NO president. The office of the president was created in the constitution. When Washington took the office the term was unlimited, but he served only two terms. He felt that a man should serve the people for a short time and then go home. This policy was kept by the men who followed him into the office until FDR. Roosevelt served 3 terms and the result was the 22 amendment…
Was the Bush who served from 1989-1993 the same as today's President Bush and if so How could he serve three terms?
William Howard Taft succeeded Theodore Roosevelt as President, on March 4 (then inauguration day), 1909, having won the 1908 Election. Roosevelt served almost 2 terms as president, as he succeeded William McKinley after McKinley's assassination in September 1901; McKinley had served only 6 months of his term. Then, Roosevelt went on to win the 1904 Election, and served that term as well.
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…
There were many presidents who were elected for two full terms. Franklin D. Roosevelt (the 32nd president of the US) actually was elected to four terms, although he died partway into his fourth term, and there was a later law passed that limited presidents to two terms only. Here are other presidents who were elected for two terms: George Washington--1st president Thomas Jefferson--3rd president James Madison--4th president James Monroe--5th president Andrew Jackson--7th president Abraham Lincoln--16th…
Woodrow Wilson served two terms as president. He was elected in 1912 in a three-man race when former President Theodore Roosevelt decided to run against sitting President William Howard Taft. The two presidents split the Republican vote and Wilson won the election. He was re-elected in 1916. The 28th President of the United States was Woodrow Wilson from March 4, 1913 to March 4, 1921
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