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President Obama: ‘I Could Win’ Third Term In White House
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President Obama: ‘I Could Win’ Third Term In White House

President Obama thinks he ‘could win’ a third term in the White House if term limits didn’t bar him from running in 2016.

“I actually think I’m pretty good president,” he said today in a speech before the African Union in Ethiopia. “I think if I ran, I could win. But I can’t.”

Even though he’s confident in his re-election abilities, Obama said he’s more interested in life after the presidency.

“I’ll be honest with you, I’m looking forward to life after being president. I won’t have such a big security detail all the time,” he said. “It means I can go take a walk, I can spend time with my family, I can find other ways to serve, I can visit Africa more often “

The president’s comments came as he explained he does “not understand” why some leaders are insistent they remain in power when their term limit ends.

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By ARLETTE SAENZ | ABC News | July 29, 2015 President Obama thinks he 'could win' a third term in the White House if term limits didn't bar him from running in 2016. “I actually think I’m pretty good president,” he said today in a speech before the African Union in Ethiopia. “I think if I ran, I could win. But I can’t.” Even though he's confident in his re-election abilities, Obama said he's more interested in life after the presidency. “I'll be honest with you, I'm looking forward to life after being president. I won't have such a big…

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