How Many Terms can a President Run for?

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In the United States, a person can run for president as many times as they like, providing they have the money to run a campaign. They can only hold the office of the president for 2 terms.
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A person may run for 2 terms as President of the United States. If a person becomes President during a term being served by another, they are allowed to finish that term and then run again and if elected, serve two full terms. You can find more information here: en.allexperts.com
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