• Bill Clinton Is Not Opposed to Giving Former Presidents a Third Term

    Somehow, this does not surprise me all that much

    Former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that presidents should be able to run for a third term as long as they take off some time after their second term.

    "I've always thought that should be the rule," he said on MSNBC's Morning Joe. "I think as a practical matter, you couldn't apply this to anyone who has already served, but going forward, I personally believe that should be the rule."

    You know, this makes a lot of sense. I think, if a president were given a break, a chance to step back and take note of the situation — policy decisions he should have made vs. policy decisions he shouldn't have made, interns he should have penetrated with a cigar vs. interns he shouldn't have penetrated with a cigar — he could be in a better position to most effectively govern the nation.

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    Tags: Bill Clinton, Constitution


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