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Do second term presidents still get inaugurated?

American presidents who are re-elected are required to repeat the oath of office.

The president had the longest inaugural speech and the shorest presidential term?

William Henry Harrison

What presidents time in office called?

A term

Which U.S. presidents delivered the the longest inaugural addresses?

The longest inaugural address was 1 hour and 41 minutes and given by William Henry Harrison in 1841. He also had the distinction of having the shortest presidential term at 1 month after contracting pneumonia at the inauguration.

How many Presidents were elected 2 terms?

There were thirteen who served for two full terms, namely1. George Washington2. Thomas Jefferson3. James Madison4. James Monroe5. Andrew Jackson6. Ulysses S. Grant7. Grover Cleveland == his two terms were not consecutive8. Woodrow Wilson9. Franklin D. Roosevelt (served 3 full terms and died early in his 4th term).10. Dwight Eisenhower11. Ronald Reagan12. Bill Clinton13. George W. Bush.14. Barack Obama ( still serving his second term)Note: all of the above except Cleveland served their terms consecutively. Cleveland was the only President to leave office and then return later..There were three other presidents who were elected to two terms, but they did not complete the second term:1. Abraham Lincoln (assassinated at the beginning of his second term).2. William McKinley (assassinated at the beginning of his second term).3. Richard Nixon (resigned during his second term).There were also four presidents who were elected to a second term, but they hadn't been elected to the first (they didn't serve a full first term).1. Theodore Roosevelt (completed McKinley's second term and was elected to one term of his own).2. Calvin Coolidge (completed Warren Harding's term and was elected to one term of his own).3. Harry Truman (completed FDR's fourth term and was elected to one term of his own).4. Lyndon B. Johnson (completed Kennedy's term and was elected to one term of his own).Rate This Answer

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Why did president Lincoln have two Inaugural speeches?

Lincoln was elected two times. He gave his first inaugural speech, the first time he was inaugurated in 1861, his second the second time he was inaugurated, for his second term in 1865.

How many presidents have been elected for a second term?


Why are there 56 inaugural celebrations but only 44 presidents?

Some Presidents served more than one term.

How many presidents ran for second term and not re-elected?


Have their ever been any presidents to decline a nomination for a second term?


What was the success of one term presidents?

As a group one-term presidents are not so successful which is why they were one-term presidents. Polk refused to run for a second term and he was probably the most successful one-termer. Taft would very probably have won a second term if Theodore Roosevelt had supported him instead of breaking with with his party and running as an independent against him.

Do second term presidents still get inaugurated?

American presidents who are re-elected are required to repeat the oath of office.

Will there be second inauguration day if the current president win the second term?

Yes on January 21, 2012 since January 20 is on a Sunday. Actually, by law (the 20th Amendment to the Constitution), Inaugural Day is ALWAYS the 20th of January in the year following the general election. All president's terms end at noon on Jan 20th, and thus, that day is always Inaugural Day. To answer the question, yes, even for a President who has been re-elected, there is always an Inaugural Day, as they don't get their term extended, but rather get a whole new term, and Inaugural Day officially starts that new term.

How many of your first 10 presidents served 2 terms?

5 of the first 10 presidents were re-elected for a second term.

What examples during president Washington first term are still followed by presidents today?

He was in the military before he was president

How many presidence are there in us?

As of 2014, there has been 43 presidents in the US. Currently, the president is Barack Obama and he is serving his second term.

Why are second term presidents often times looked at as politically impotent?

They have less influence