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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_United_States

The President of the United States is the head of state and head of government of the United ... Incumbent Donald Trump since January ..... Along with the armed forces, the president also directs U.S. foreign policy. Through the Department of ...

www.thoughtco.com/one-term-us-presidents-3322257

Aug 2, 2017 ... As a result, it is easy for challengers, like Clinton, in defeating incumbent George H. W. Bush, to ask Americans, “Are you better off now than you ...

www.washingtonexaminer.com/the-five-incumbent-presidents-who-lost/article/143176

Apr 4, 2011 ... On the morning that President Obama launches his reelection campaign, the Republican field of presidential candidates remains – at best – a ...

presidentialhistory.com/2015/05/can-you-name-the-10-presidents-who-were-defeated-for-re-election.html

May 13, 2015 ... In our nation's history, ten incumbent Presidents have been defeated at the polls when seeking a second term in the White House. Here's the ...

www.thedailybeast.com/for-us-presidents-odds-for-a-second-term-are-surprisingly-long

Mar 24, 2012 ... Contrary to a widely held popular belief, political history doesn't anoint incumbent presidents as automatic winners or even presumptive ...

www.cnn.com/2012/11/09/politics/btn-second-term-presidents/index.html

Nov 9, 2012 ... Less than half of U.S. presidents who have served have been re-elected to a second term in office.

www.quora.com/Could-a-sitting-U-S-President-be-challenged-in-their-partys-primary-in-a-reelection

George H.W. Bush (a.k.a. Bush 41) was challenged in 1991/92 by Pat Buchanan on the right as .... Technically it is possible to challenge your own incumbent President in the primaries. However, it hasn't happened since 1992. The parties have ...

www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/0812/5-presidents-who-couldnt-secure-a-second-term.aspx

Apr 25, 2017 ... On November 8th, 2016 a tumultuous election cycle came to an end when Donald ... These U.S. presidents couldn't get re-elected because of policy, stiff competition or lackluster performances in their first terms.

campuspress.yale.edu/davidmayhew/files/2013/05/mayhew_incumbencyadvantage_2008.pdf

cumbency and elections, incumbent-free contests like those of 2000 and 2008 ... parties holding the American presidency lost it exactly half the time when they.