Trump vows to pass second office term

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EYEAFRICA TV: Washington, United States: US President Donald Trump has vowed to remain in office to past his second term as the American president during a campaign rally to support Republican candidates Dan Bishop and Greg Murphy in a special election in North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District in Fayetteville on Monday.

Mr. Trump had a meeting with North Carolina officials representing communities hit by Hurricane Dorian and he expressed the unwavering solidarity of the American people who are hundred percent behind the citizens of North Carolina, South Carolina, Carolina, Georgia, Florida and everyone else that was in the storm’s path.

He said a hundred thousand people a year die from what comes across the southern border and they can’t get the Democrats to help them in sealing it even tighter.

Speaking on the FIFA football World Cup planned in the US in 2026, Trump said, “But we’ve got a problem, it’s in 2026 … well wait a minute under the normal rules, I’ll be out in 2024, so we may have to go for an extra term.”

Section 1.  of the American constitution said No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once.

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