The 22nd Amendment states that "No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of President more than once." With that said, it is possible, but would most likely not happen.
Yes, but only if the former president "has time left." Presidents have term limits and if a former president has reached his/her limit then he/she cannot be VP because he/she would not be able to assume the office of president without violating the 22nd amendment.
A past president can run as a Vice President even if he already served two terms as president. The 22nd Amendment says a person can only be elected president twice.
only if he/she is still qualified to be President (has not yet been elected President twice)
only if he/she is still qualified to be President
Yes. One can only serve 2 terms as president. There is no law about being vice president after being president
Practically, no. Since the vice president is made president if the president is incapable of performing his duties, they would be constitutionally unable to fulfill the obligation if the president were to resign or take ill.
Joe Biden is Vice-President of the US and therefore President of the US Senate.
He was the 12th US Vice President.
Richard M. Johnson (9th US Vice President)Richard Nixon (36th US VIce President)Richard (Dick) Bruce Cheney (45th US Vice President)
He was the 13th US Vice President.
He was the ninth US Vice President
The president would still be the president and he would appoint a new VP. We have had a "replacement" VP in the past. Vice President Agnew was asked to resign and Gerald Ford became VP.
The current (2010) US President is Barack Obama, and the current US Vice President is Joseph Biden.
At this date, 2010, the president is from Illinois and the vice president is from Delaware.
Barack Obama was the president, and Joe Biden was the vice president.