Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler had perhaps the worst week of his tenure.

First, his colleagues on the Portland City Council refused to give him more power over where and when political protests can be held.

Then, after a forum on homelessness, he was overheard muttering a suggestion that he may not want another term in office.

Is the problem this particular mayor or Portland’s unique form of government?

OPB reporters Amelia Templeton and Dirk VanderHart and news director Anna Griffin dissect Wheeler’s very bad week and the city’s legacy of one-term mayors.