Can a Congressman be removed from office by the President?
No. If that were possible, a President could abuse the power to remove his political opponents from office. Senators may censure (discipline) or remove members of the Senate, and the House of Representatives may censure or remove members of the House. This is a rare occurrence, however.
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No- his highest office before president was US Congressman.
President Lincoln held the public offices of: US President US Congressman from Illinois and State Congressman or State Assembly in Illinois.
No congressman could be removed from office without due process of the law.
The vice president.
Certainly not! Only the Congress can do that.
Yes, he can if he meets the requirements to be President. A congressman does not have to resign to run for another office/
No. He did not hold any public office besides President.
No. The could've been a congressman in the past, but I don't think that they can when in office. They most definitely cannot be a cabinet member and president, because the Cabinet is a group of advisors to the President. The above answer is correct. Just keep in mind that after a president is out of office as president, he or she may become a Congressman if elected and may even become a Cabinet member… Read More
John Q. Adams was a Congressman after he was president and Andrew Johnson was elected to the Senate.
he is impeached
A president can be removed from office if he is grossly under-performing or if he commits a very serious offense such as murder. An under-performing president can face a vote of no confidence.
Yes- they are each subject to impeachment by the House and would be removed from office upon conviction by the Senate. (Federal judges can be similarly removed.)
Who by law determine the removal of either the president of vice president during their term in office?
The constitution states the terms of office and how a president or Vice President can be removed from office.
Nobody. A president continues to serve in office when he is impeached. If he is convicted and removed from office, the vice-president becomes president, same as if the president were to die.
the vice president
Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton have been impeached, but neither was removed from office. Both were acquitted at the trial that followed their impeachment. Richard Nixon was about to be impeached when he resigned. No president has ever been removed from office.
The Vice President
Vice president Agnew resigned voluntarily , under pressure from legal problems stemming from his past as governor of Maryland, but not because the president removed him or tried to remove him from office. Rufus King died in office but not because President Pierce removed him. VP Aaron Burr killed Alexander Hamilton in July of the last year of his office and was indicted for murder and hid out for awhile but not because of President… Read More
He didn't get removed from office. But he decided not to run for re-election as president. He wasn't removed from office, he chose not to run for another term.
President of what country? In America president Johnson was not removed from office
Vice president. He was never elected to the office of President. Millard Fillmore was a lawyer, a Congressman, and Comptroller of New York state.
Gerald Ford became President without being elected to any office higher than Congressman. He was appointed vice-president when Agnew resigned and became president when Nixon resigned.
Any position appointed by the Office of President/ By the President and with the support and consent of the Senate can be removed from office.
No. If the President runs for a second term of office, he may name a different person as running mate provided the nomination convention approves, but he can not fire an elected vice president. A Vice-President can only be removed from office involuntarily by impeachment in the House of Representatives and conviction by the US Senate.
He wasn't convicted.
The president of the US.
President Johnson was never removed from office; he served until his term expired. Only two US Presidents have ever been impeached: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Both were acquitted in their Senate trials. No American President has ever been involuntarily removed from office.
New congressman take office on January 3rd.
how many terms of office can a congressman serve
Being impeached. Being impeached is incorrect. The House votes whether to "impeach" a president with articles concerning the charges. Once impeached, the Senate votes whether to remove a president from office, while the Chief Justice presides over the trial. Bill Clinton was impeached, but not removed from office. I think kicking a president out of office is simply referred to as removal from office.
If he is found to not be fit to stay in office, the cabinet can vote to have him removed. Then the vice president will become president. If the president can state in writing that he is fit to continue in office than he may continue. The cabinet then has 48 hours to present a case against the president, to have him removed. The reason that this is in the constitution is for medical reasons… Read More
The President does not have the power to remove any elected officials from office. Only Congress has that power. The President can ask the Justice department to initiate court proceeding if a Congressman appears to violate federal law.
All presidents have been elected to some government office, but Gerald Ford was the only one who was never elected as vice president or president. He did serve as a congressman, but was appointed, not elected, as vice president by Richard Nixon and took office after Nixon's resign without election.
the vice president takes over it
President Clinton was removed from office.
the next in rank which is the vice president and so on ...
Vice President takes over
Terrorism or abuse of power or crime
if a president is removed from office, does the president still have criminal liability
Is it true that the vice president will become president if the president is removed from office or dies?
Yes, that's true.
The President could be impeached and removed from office after an impeachment trial. After he was removed from office, he could then be prosecuted like any other person.
No U.S. President has ever been removed from office.
President Hugo Chavez was removed from office
A congressman who was already in office and was reelected.
To be impeached is only the accusation that a President has done something so wrong that he/she needs to be removed from office. Apparently, the Court did not find him guilty of a worthy enough cause to remove him.
The only U.S. president who was never elected as president or vice president is Gerald Ford. He was a Congressman who was appointed to office. He ran for a second term, but lost to Jimmy Carter.
What amendment stated that the vice president will become president if the president is removed from office or if he dies or resigns?
The 25th Amendment
No US president was ever removed from office by Congress.