Can Presidents Have a Third Term?

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George Washington sat toward the back of the Supreme Court gallery. The Tyrant was present only by proxy, through the aegis of his legal team. Even though in November of 2028 the Tyrant would, like George Washington, also seek a third term, his desires were not revealed in the amicus brief. In U.S. Attorneys v. Washington, the Tyrant…

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