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An American president can be in office up to 10 years. This is because if the president was previously a vice president and their president died in office, they would become president. To make sure the president would have a term limit, the vice president (now president) could serve the last two years of his/her predeccessor's term as president, and still run and get elected twice without breaking the law.

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