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President Donald Trump told Chinese leader Xi Jinping that Americans were urging him to amend the US Constitution to allow him to serve more than two terms as president, according to former national security advisor John Bolton’s forthcoming book. 
“Xi said he wanted to work with Trump for six more years, and Trump replied that people were saying that the two-term constitutional limit on presidents should be repealed for him,” Bolton writes, according to an excerpt of the book published in The Wall Street Journal.
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President Donald Trump told Chinese leader Xi Jinping that Americans were urging him to amend the US Constitution to allow him to serve more than two terms as president, according to former national security advisor John Bolton’s forthcoming book. 

Bolton says Trump made the comment during a December 2018 dinner with Xi, the leader of China’s authoritarian Communist party, in Buenos Aires. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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