If the vice president is impeached who becomes president?

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The President would still be President and would appoint a new Vice President.
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Who becomes the president if the vice president dies?

The president remains the president when the vice president dies. If the vice-president dies, a new vice-president is chosen according to a procedure found in the 25th amendment to the constitution. If the president and vice-president were both killed at the same time, the Speaker of the Hous (MORE)

How many vice presidents have become president?

Fifteen: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Chester A. Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Calvin Coolidge, Harry Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford and George H.W. Bush.

Which vice presidents have become president of the US?

Fourteen vice presidents later became president: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Chester A. Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Harry S Truman, Richard M. Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson, Gerald R. Ford and George H.W. Bush. Five of (MORE)

When does the vice president become president?

If the president is not present, dies, resigns, impeached, or is otherwise unable to fulfill his or her duties, that would be when the vice president will generally serve as president. if for some major reason the president is unable to carry out his duties like dying for instance

Who becomes president if the president is impeached?

The vice president becomes the new President if the Presidentvacates his office for any reason, including death, resignation, orforced removal via the impeachment process. Note that the President would remain president after impeachmentuntil and unless the Senate votes to convict. Being impeached i (MORE)

Who can impeach a president or a vice president?

The U.S. House of Representatives, by a majority vote. The Senate, House of Representatives, and the Supreme Court all play a part in impeachment. The House of Representatives has the sole power of impeachment, the Senate has the power to bring all impeachments to a jury, and the Cheif Justice o (MORE)

Can a vice president become president?

Yes. In the event the president can not perform his duties the vice president becomes the President. This event has actually happened nine times so far, eight times because of the death of the President and once because the President resigned his office.

Who becomes President if the Vice President dies?

The President will still continue regardless of whether the Vice President dies or not, unless the President himself dies. The President will nominate a new Vice President if one dies, resigns, or otherwise leaves office. If confirmed by Congress, the new Vice President would assume all the roles (MORE)

When can vice president become president?

The VP becomes president whenever the president dies or resigns. If the president is temporarily unable to discharge his duties, the VP can temporarily be authorized to act as president.

Who was the first vice president to become president?

John Adams was the first vice president to become president. He was the 1st US Vice President and the 2nd US President. Vice President John Adams was elected president in 1796, after George Washington decided not to run for a third term. The first vice president to become president when the presid (MORE)

Has any Vice President become President?

yes. 14 Nine have done it based on succession on the death or resignation of the President: John Tyler - Harrison died in office Millard Fillmore - Taylor died in office Andrew Johnson - Lincoln was assassinated Chester Arthur - Garfield was assassinated Theodore Roosevelt - McKinley (MORE)

How does the vice president become president?

a vice president becomes president when the president passes away Example: Vice President President President passes away Vice President becomes President (and it has been done before)

First vice-president to become president?

John Adams was Vice President under President George Wasgington (April 30, 1789 to March 4, 1797) and became the 2nd President of the United States from March 4, 1797 to March 4, 1801

Who was the youngest vice president to become president?

Theodore Roosevelt still holds the distinction of being the nation's youngest President. He was William McKinley's Vice President, and he was 42 years of age when he was sworn in as President following McKinley's assassination in 1901.

Who becomes president after the death of the vice-president?

If the US president dies, the vice-president becomes president and a new vice-president is appointed. If the 'new' president dies, the 'new' vice-president becomes president. This process is dealt with under the 25th Amendment to the US constitution which starts off.... . Section 1 . In cas (MORE)

What branch can impeach a president or vice president?

The legislative branch. More specifically, the House of Representatives impeaches (Article I Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution) and the Senate tries, with the Chief Justice presiding in the case of the president (Section 3).

Does the president have the power to impeach the vice president?

No, the President does not have the power or authority to impeach the Vice President. The United States Constitution outlines who has the power to impeach the Vice President. Article I, Section 2, of the United States Constitution states, "The House of Representatives shall choose their Speaker an (MORE)

How does the vice president become the president?

The vice president becomes president if the current president dies or resigns. For example, John F. Kennedy was assassinated while Lyndon B. Johnson was vice presidend, so Johnson became president.

Which fourteen vice presidents have become president?

John Adams . Thomas Jefferson . Martin Van Buren . John Tyler . Millard Fillmore . Andrew Johnson . Chester Arthur . Theodore Roosevelt . Calvin Coolidge . Harry S. Truman . Richard Nixon . Lyndon B. Johnson . Gerald Ford . George H. W. Bush

Who becomes the vice president if the president was to die?

If the President of the United States died while in office, then the Vice-President would be sworn in as President and there would be no Vice-President until either the next Presidential election, or if the new President nominates a Vice-President which is then confirmed or rejected by Congress. T (MORE)

How have vice presidents become presidents?

Either they get elected to the presidency, after the current president's term in office is up (George H.W. Bush was elected after Ronald Reagan), they take over after the death of the president (Andrew Johnson followed Abraham Lincoln), or in one case took over after the president resigned, (Gerald (MORE)

What happens to the vice president after he gets impeached?

he cannot hold a position anywhere else in the us government. ---- . {a second opinion): The process is the same as for other federal officers. The senate holds a trial based on the impeachment charges and if the person is convicted he is stripped of his office.

Who becomes the vice president if the vice president becomes the president?

In this case, the new President would nominate someone to be vice president. If both houses of Congress confirm the nomination, he or she becomes the vice president. The new president nominates a new vice president. The nominees is sworn in after a majority confirmation vote in the US Senate. The ne (MORE)

Which vice presidents have never become president?

Aaron Burr . George Clinton (ran but lost) . Elbridge Gerry . Daniel D. Tompkins . John C. Calhoun . Richard M. Johnson . George M. Dallas . William R. King . John C. Breckinridge (ran but lost) . Hannibal Hamlin . Schuyler Colfax . Henry Wilson . William A. Wheeler . Thomas A. Hendrick (MORE)

Can the president become the vice president?

Yes, if the President resigns or is removed from office, his VP becomes President, and in theory the former President could be appointed VP during the very same term. A former two term president can not accept an offer to become a vice-president.