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AnswerFranklin D. Roosevelt actually was elected 4 times but died not even a year into his fourth. He was the only president to be successfully elected but others tried for third terms before the 22nd amendment was passed (limiting to 2 terms as president): Teddy Roosevelt tried for a third term running as a progressive (he had been running as a republican originally) and he lost
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no there are no such thing as US president elected consecutively 3 times... as what the US Constitution dictates that the president shall serve only 2 terms every 4 years he or she should run again for the national elections. if he or she won the 2nd national elections all in all he or she served for almost 8 years

yes, FDR was elected FOUR times (1932, 36, 40, 44). The term limits were put in place 6 years after he died with the 22nd amendment to the constitution.

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