President Trump Signals Support for Congressional Term Limits

For the first time since he was elected, President Trump has broached the subject of term limits for Congress. The President is limited to two terms maximum, while Congress has no limits. The subject came up as he was meeting with a bipartisan group of junior Congressmen. You can be sure that the incumbents that are career politicians will not be supporting such a move. There is just too much power and fortune to be had on Capital Hill for them to allow that. That is also why many people see that only a convention of States will ever be able to take this power away from them. Don’t buy into the argument that elections controls term limits. They have written election rules that always favors the incumbent. That is why an incumbent should never get you vote after a few terms.

As Written and Reported By Brett Samuels for MSN:

President Trump signaled support on Monday for congressional term limits, saying he discussed the issue with a group of first-term lawmakers.

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“I recently had a terrific meeting with a bipartisan group of freshman lawmakers who feel very strongly in favor of Congressional term limits,” Trump tweeted. “I gave them my full support and endorsement for their efforts.”

Monday is not the first time Trump has voiced support for congressional term limits. While some conservative lawmakers back the idea, the proposal has not gained traction with GOP leaders.

“I would say we have term limits now. They’re called elections. And it will not be on the agenda in the Senate,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said during a press conference shortly after the 2016 election……


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