Trump Joins The Company Of US One-Term Presidents: Who Are The Others?

Trump Joins The Company Of US One-Term Presidents: Who Are The Others?

Following the news of Joe Biden winning the United States election it becomes clear that the incumbent president Donald Trump has lost his seat and will vacate power joining many other United States presidents who did not have the chance of a second four year in office.

Some had their presidential careers come to an end by death while others were frustrated by voters at the polls.

Lets take a look at them:

George H W Bush lost his reelection bid to Bill Clinton in 1992.

Jimmy Carter lost his reelection to Ronald Reagan in 1980.

Gerald Ford who becomes the first unelected president of US in 1974 after the resignation of Richard Nixon . Ford was succeeded by Jimmy Carter after a short lived presidency.

In 1932 Herbert Hoover lost re-election to Franklin D Roosevelt.

In 1912 William Howard Taft lost election to Woodrow Wilson after just one term in office.

In 1892 Benjamin Harrison lost re-election to Grover Cleveland. Benjamin who had earlier in 1888 defeated Cleveland.

In 1840 Martin Van Buren lost his re-election bid to William Henry Harrison.

In 1828 John Quincy Adams becomes the second US president who fails to win a second term losing to Andrew Jackson.

John Adams was the first US president to be defeated. He lost to Thomas Jefferson thus becoming the first one term president of the United States.

John F Kennedy has his presidential career ended by death after he was assasinated in 1963.

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