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Nov 8, 2021

The Twenty-Second Amendment to the US Constitution sets term limits for the US President, as well as some other qualifications for being elected to that office. This issue had been discussed as far back as the 1780s, during the Constitutional Convention, and many Founding Fathers expressed concerns about not limiting presidential terms. This is why term limits for US Presidents were finally instituted by adopting the Twenty-Second Amendment.

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