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    Question: What are the requirements to become President?

    Answer: The United States Constitution outlines the requirements for President in Article 2. This article of the U.S. Constitution also outlines the many powers of the President and Executive branch of government.

    Section 1 of Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution states that a President must:

    • be a natural born citizen of the united States
    • be at least 35 years old
    • have lived in the U.S. for at least 14 years

    In addition, the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states that a President may not serve more than 2 terms of 4 years each, even if they have only served as President for 2 or more years of one of those terms.

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    On 04/09/09
    kisha from CO said:
    everyone seems to be not noticing why obama© was ellected, he doesnt do anything different form anyone else. the only reason he won is he is black
    On 04/08/09
    from NC said:
    Obama Is in charge now,no more aimless complains,its time to watch action and evaluate as grown ups,he see what others have not see and yes,deserves and had earned the position rightfully. Lets give him the support.
    On 04/07/09
    paul from OH said:
    so far everything obama has done was a srew up. Bush didnt srew up this bad in 8 years. obama has done worse in less then 4 months... Oh Big  Mistake America
    On 04/06/09
    Santo from NY said:
    What all of you Obama supporters don't or won't admit he the least qualified by knowledge and experience to be a U.S President. He has yet to produce a birth certificate. He proba;y does not qualify by birth for the office of the president. The whole election was a shame And a black mark on America. We need a tough leader not a pop star.
    On 03/25/09
    ducobr from AL said:
    u should have to serve four or more years in military
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