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Q: Can Bush serve more than two terms?

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A president can serve more than two terms.

A president can serve no more than two full terms.

Franklin Roosevelt is the first president to serve more than two terms.

Not in the United States. They can only serve a maximum of two terms

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A president can serve more than two terms.

Yes; Franklin Roosevelt served 4 terms. He was the only president to serve more than two terms.

A president can serve no more than two full terms.

Franklin Roosevelt is the first president to serve more than two terms.

No, he can not. Since 1951, when the 22nd amendment was finally ratified, presidents are not allowed to serve more than two terms.

All are elected to three-year terms and may not serve more than three consecutive terms.

Not in the United States. They can only serve a maximum of two terms

No more than two consecutive terms.

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the only president to serve more than two terms in office was Franklin D. Roosevelt. Roosevelt held office for three and one half terms.

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