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Does the Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden believe that the President of Trump’s plans in the White house more than the allowed two terms under the Constitution of the United States?
During Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate in Detroit, Biden said that “a further eight years of Donald Trump’s America in a fundamental way will change.”
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It was unclear whether “eight years” referred to a possible second and third term for trump, or if Biden misspoke simple.
The idea of Trump is trying to serve more than two terms, perhaps to match the four conditions, to Roosevelt, the Democrat, Franklin D. was elected, before the 22nd Amendment came into force in 1951 — a source of mainstream media speculation, since trump took office.
In may, Trump, joked during a rally in Pennsylvania that he could serve as many as five terms.
“Now we must for a second time,” the President told the crowd, in Montoursville, Pa. “And then we will drive you crazy. Are you ready? And maybe, if we really like it a lot, and if things go as they go, we go, and we will do what we have to do. We will be doing a three and a four and a five.”
Later, Biden some confusion caused by you “Joe 30330,” without clarifying whether he was referring to a website, text messaging number, or any other communication platform.
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Meanwhile, the Republican party has argued that the first two-and-a-half years, the Trump administration have already changed America in some fundamental ways.
“The wages are high, unemployment is down, paychecks are growing,” GOP chair Ronna McDaniel wrote in a Twitter message on Wednesday.
Fox News’ Danielle Wallace contributed to this story.