FDR also broke the tradition of American Presidents holding NO MORE then 2 terms as President prompting the American people to ratify an amendment restricting a persons ability to hold Presidential office to no more then 10 years. (2 if the President died and you were Vice President + 2 Terms of 4 years as elected President.)
Meanwhile, Roosevelt was so incompetent at military activities, his board so full of leaks to the enemy and the press, that the US Army and US Navy banded together and determined that he would NOT be on the Need to Know list except for that information the President absolutely had to be made aware of. (The first of which was the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.)
This ended in resulting in the US Army and US Navy running the wars in Europe and in the Pacific with very little input from the President and hence we every American knows who the generals and admirals were in World War II but not World War I, Korea, Vietnam, etc, when Presidents were in full control of armed services.
Ok, I have to comment on these two things.FDR was not the first to run for more than 2 terms, but was the only to win and serve. He was elected by the people for that, and a Republican Congress pushed the amendment ratified by state legislatures and not the people after FDR’s death.
2) I have no idea where you came up on that military shit and have never heard that ever before. I think it’s bullshit straight from your ass.