Second presidential terms are loaded with setbacks
WASHINGTON – Second presidential terms are never easy – even for George Washington.
More often, they’re fraught with peril, frequently marred by scandal, failure, hubris, and burnout, and souring relations with Congress.
President Barack Obama acknowledges the dangers of overreach but vows to steer cautiously. The odds are against him.
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