President Donald Trump has said he will 'negotiate' a third term in the White House because he's 'entitled' to it.
Trump shared his intent to run for president again in 2024 during a campaign event in Minten, Nevada, on Saturday night.
'52 days from now we're going to win Nevada, and we're gonna win four more years in the White House,' he told a crowd of hundreds of supporters, most of them not wearing masks or socially distancing.
'And then after that, we'll negotiate, right? Because we're probably — based on the way we were treated — we are probably entitled to another four after that.'
Trump has repeatedly suggested that he wants to serve more than two terms in office, alarming critics who believe he isn't joking about wanting to violate constitutional boundaries.
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President Donald Trump said he will 'negotiate' a third term in the White House because he's 'entitled' to it during a campaign event in Minden, Nevada, on Saturday night
He made similar comments at a rally in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, last month, saying: 'We are going to win four more years, and then after that, we'll go for another four years because they spied on my campaign. We should get a redo of four years.'
But in the past Trump has also claimed that he's only joking about trying to serve more than two terms.
In November 2018, the president was forced to confirm that he wouldn't push for an additional four years after he was recorded praising Chinese President Xi Jinping for abolishing term limits.
'He's now president for life,' Trump said at a fundraiser. 'And look, he was able to do that. I think it's great. Maybe we'll have to give that a shot someday.'
In the wake of that clip surfacing, Trump told Fox News' Chris Wallace that he would not seek a constitutional amendment to allow him a third term.
'I think the eight-year limit is a good thing, not a bad thing,' he told Wallace.
Since then Trump has repeatedly backtracked on those comments, charging that he deserves more time in office because of 'mistreatment' he's endured during his first term.
America's unofficial two-term limit was established under Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, but was breached by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who was elected four times in 1932, 1936, 1940 and 1944.
Congress ratified the 22nd Amendment officially limiting presidents to two terms in 1951.
Supporters listen as Trump speaks at a rally in Minden, Nevada, on Saturday night
The rally on Saturday drew hundreds of people - violating Nevada's coronavirus