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Trump Joins Ranks Of One-Term US Presidents: Who Are They?

With Democrat Joe Biden winning the US presidential election, Donald Trump, the Republican incumbent, becomes a one-term US president.

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Trump joins the ranks of other commanders-in-chief who did not have a second four-year term in the White House.

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Some had their presidential careers cut short by death, including John F Kennedy, who was assassinated in 1963. His successor Lyndon B Johnson made the stunning decision not to run for a second time, with his time in office marred by the Vietnam War.

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Other occupants of the White House had their re-election hopes scuppered by voters in a general election.

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The most recent was George H W Bush, a Republican who lost re-election to Democrat Bill Clinton in 1992, though his one term in office came after eight years of fellow-party member Ronald Reagan.

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The 12 years of Republican rule came after a period of back and forth.

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Reagan himself had made Jimmy Carter, a Democrat, a one-term president in the 1980 election. And, just four years earlier, Carter had succeeded a short-lived presidency – that of Gerald Ford.

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Ford, a Republican, was never actually elected to high office. He was the first unelected president in US history in 1974 after Richard Nixon resigned following the Watergate scandal.

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In 1932, Republican Herbert Hoover, whose one term as president was overshadowed by the Great Depression, lost re-election to Democrat Franklin D Roosevelt.

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William Howard Taft, a Republican, lost the 1912 presidential election to Democrat Woodrow Wilson after just one term in the White House.

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Republican Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd US president, lost re-election to Democrat Grover Cleveland in 1892. Harrison had defeated Cleveland in 1888, but Cleveland ran again four years later and became the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms.

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In 1840, Democrat Martin Van Buren lost his re-election campaign to William Henry Harrison of the Whig party.

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John Quincy Adams was only the second US president to fail to win a second term, losing to Andrew Jackson in 1828.

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His father – John Adams, seen as a Founding Father of the US – suffered a similar fate. The Federalist served as the second US president, after George Washington, from 1797 to 1801.

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But Adams was defeated by Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, becoming the first one-term president.

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