If the President is impeached, he/she is replaced by the Vice President.
A president will get impeached if he does something unconstitutional. the congress will vote on it and if the majority wins he is impeached.
The President can be impeached. After Abraham Lincoln was assassinated his vice President (Andrew Johnson) was impeached. Also Nixon was impeached
President Andrew Jackson was not impeached. Andrew Johnson was impeached, but he is a completely different person.
He can't. He can be charged with a crime, but he can't be impeached.
A president can be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors.
No. Andrew Johnson was the first president to be impeached
The impeachments for each person would be separate, but they can most certainly be impeached at or near the same time. But that depends on how the House of Representatives wished to proceed - they could decide that handling both impeachment procedures concurrently would be too much all at once.
To get impeached the president would have to bribe, lie, or have a misdemeanor against him.
Bill Clinton remained the president while he was impeached.
Richard Nixon was NOT impeached. He resigned from office to prevent being impeached. The last impeached president was Bill Clinton, but the Senate did not remove him from office.
If the president is impeached and convicted, the Vice President becomes the president, and the Secratary of State becomes the Vice President.
President Andrew Johnson and President Bill Clinton were both impeached. President Richard Nixon was supposed to be impeached, but he stepped down from office before the official impeachment, so technically he wasn't impeached.
Bill ClintonBill Clinton was the last U.S. President to be impeached. The House impeached him, but the Senate did not remove him from office.
The second President to be impeached was William J. Clinton, in 1998.
Andrew Johnson was the first US president to be impeached. He was not convicted.
President Nixon actually resigned right before he was impeached.
He never was impeached. That was President Jackson but he won.
The President, Vice President and all civil officers of the United States can be impeached. They can be impeached for conviction of treason, bribery and other high profile crimes.
Bill Clinton was one president that became impeached.
William J. Clinton was the second president to be impeached.
If a president is impeached, then the vice president takes over and serves out the rest of the term as president.
No, a president cannot be fired, but he/she can impeached if there is a majority of votes in Congress to vote him/her out.