Who is the only President to have been elected four times?

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Ana Paulson asked 26-Feb-2018 in History, Politics & Society by Ana Paulson

Who is the only President to have been elected four times?

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Vishal Kesarwani answered 29-Jul-2018 by Vishal Kesarwani

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is chosen to an extraordinary fourth term in office. FDR remains the main president to have served in excess of two terms.  Roosevelt transcended individual and political difficulties to develop as one of the country's most venerated and persuasive presidents. In 1921, at 29 years old, he contracted polio and from that point was loaded with leg supports; inevitably, he was limited to a wheelchair.

Who is the only President to have been elected four times?

From the time he was first chosen to the administration in 1932 to mid-1945, when he passed on while in office, Roosevelt directed two of the greatest emergencies in U.S. history: the Great Depression of the 1930s and World War II. FDR actualized intense and oft-censured enactment to help support America out of the Great Depression. In spite of the fact that he at first attempted to maintain a strategic distance from coordinate U.S. association in World War II, which started in 1939, the shelling of Pearl Harbor in December 1941 push American fast into the contention.

When Roosevelt was chosen to his fourth term, the war had taken a turn for the Allies, yet FDR's wellbeing was at that point on the decrease. His arteriosclerosis (solidifying of the corridors) had been declined by the worry of filling in as a war-time president. In April 1945, seven months previously the war at long last finished in an Allied triumph, FDR passed on of a stroke at his country estate in Warm Springs, Georgia.

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AMANDEEP SINGH answered 30-Jul-2018 by AMANDEEP SINGH

On this day in 1944, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is chosen to an extraordinary fourth term in office. FDR remains the main president to have served in excess of two terms.
Roosevelt transcended individual and political difficulties to develop as one of the country's most venerated and persuasive presidents. In 1921, at 29 years old, he contracted polio and from that point was loaded with leg supports; inevitably, he was limited to a wheelchair.

Who is the only President to have been elected four times?

From the time he was first chosen to the administration in 1932 to mid-1945, when he passed on while in office, Roosevelt directed two of the greatest emergencies in U.S. history: the Great Depression of the 1930s and World War II.

FDR actualized intense and oft-censured enactment to help support America out of the Great Depression. In spite of the fact that he at first attempted to maintain a strategic distance from coordinate U.S. association in World War II, which started in 1939, the shelling of Pearl Harbor in December 1941 push American fast into the contention.
When Roosevelt was chosen to his fourth term, the war had taken a turn for the Allies, yet FDR's wellbeing was at that point on the decrease. His arteriosclerosis (solidifying of the corridors) had been declined by the worry of filling in as a war-time president. In April 1945, seven months previously the war at long last finished in an Allied triumph, FDR passed on of a stroke at his country estate in Warm Springs, Georgia.
In 1947, with President Harry Truman, Roosevelt's VP, in office, Congress proposed a law that would restrain presidents to two continuous terms. Up to that time, presidents had either willfully taken after George Washington's case of serving a most extreme of two terms, or were unsuccessful in winning a third. (In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt kept running for a third non-back to back term, however, lost.) In 1951, the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution was passed, formally constraining a president's residency in office to two terms of four years each.

UTKARSHASINGHROUL commented 06-Feb-2019 by UTKARSHASINGHROUL
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