President Donald Trump hasn’t even been reelected to a second term, and he is already thinking about a third. While serving three terms is Constitutionally banned, Chris Cillizza explains how this narrative falls into a bigger picture about Trump’s legacy.

SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
Believe it or not, Donald Trump says he should get a third term

Trump Says He’ll Seek a Third Term Because ‘They Spied On Me’

Bipartisan Senate report details Trump campaign contacts with Russia in 2016, adding to Mueller findings

G.O.P.-Led Senate Panel Details Ties Between 2016 Trump Campaign and Russia

What today’s guilty plea in the Russia probe shows (and what it doesn’t)

Trump Claims He Was Joking When He Very Seriously Asked About Injecting Disinfectants and UV Light

The fight to be Trump’s political heir is on

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