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How can a president be in office for 10 years?

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If a person was Vice President and became President due to Presidential succession for a period less than or equal to half a President's term (i.e. a maximum of two years), they would still be eligible to be elected as President twice and serve a total of 10 years as President.

Alternatively, repealing or modifying the Twenty-second Amendment.

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