Do former vice presidents get secret service?
Six months after leaving office.
Yes, as do former vice presidents.
The President of the United States The First Lady of the United States The Vice President of the United States The Second Lady of the United States Foreign Heads of State Former Presidents of the United States
The people who protect the U.S. President, Vice President and their families are called the Secret Service.
14 were former vice-presidents. 16 were US senators, 9 of which also served in the House 17 served in the House. (see the related questions for names.)
No. Former vice presidents are referred to with the highes honorific they had achieved prior to becoming vice president. Example - a Vice President that was a Senator before becoming Vice President would be referred to as Mr. Senator after he left the Vice Presidential office.
No, of the 43 U.S. Presidents and 47 U.S. Vice Presidents to date, only the current Vice President, Joe Biden, is from Delaware.
because the former president either died or resigned 14 U. S. Vice Presidents became President. 8 of them ascended to the presidency upon the death of the president. 4 of them were the incumbent vice president when they won a presidential election. 1 of them was a former vice president when he won a presidential election. 1 of them ascended to the presidency upon the resignation of the president
Eight vice presidents became president by succession. Seven of these became president when the former president died in office and one because president when the former president resigned.
The members of the secret service live in the White House. The Vice president lives in the White House. The presidents body guards. The presidents cabin members. The presidents house keepers. (I'm pretty sure that's all)
George is the first name of three former U. S. Vice Presidents to date: Clinton Dallas Bush
The reason that there have been four more U. S. Vice Presidents than there have been U. S. Presidents is due to the eleven Presidents who did not have just one Vice President. Four Presidents, Tyler, Fillmore, A. Johnson and Arthur, had no Vice President (a 4-VP shortage). Six Presidents, Madison, Lincoln, Grant, Cleveland, McKinley and Nixon, each had two Vice Presidents (a 6-VP surplus). One President, Franklin Roosevelt, had three Vice Presidents (a 2-VP… Read More
I don't think the United States Postal Service has any vice presidents; just postmasters.
Barack Obama's mother is (Stanley) Ann Dunham.
An elite quasi-military unit of the Nazi party that served as Hitler's personal guard and as a special security force in Germany and the occupied countries. ---- [German, abbr. for Schutzstaffel : Schutz, defense + Staffel, echelon.] or Noun 1. SS - the United States intelligence agency that protects current and former presidents and vice presidents and their immediate families and protects distinguished foreign visitors; detects and apprehends counterfeiters; suppresses forgery of government securities and… Read More
Victoria's Secret has vice presidents for different divisions of their company: Cosimo Policastro - VP of Fragrances Katharine Phillips Harding - VP of Limited Brands (which owns Victoria's Secret) Denise Landman - VP of Merchandising Idalia Farrajota- VP of Victoria's Secret
Former vice presidents alive today in 2011 are George H. W. Bush, Walter Mondale, Dan Quayle, Al Gore and Dick Cheney.
There were a total of 14. Nine replaced Presidents who died or resigned and five were elected president after they finished their term as vice-president. Former vice-presidents who took office because of the death of the President were Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt, Coolidge,Truman, and Lyndon Johnson and Ford became president because Nixon resigned. John Adams, Jefferson, Van Buren, Nixon and George H. W. Bush completed their terms as Vice president and later… Read More
Yes- They were Theodore Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman. Lyndon Johnson and Ford. In addition, former vice-presidents Nixon and George H. W. Bush ran for president and were elected,
The United States Secret Service (USSS) is a federal law enforcement agency under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Until 2003, the Service was part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The U.S. Secret Service has two distinct areas of responsibility: Financial Crimes, covering missions such as prevention and investigation of counterfeiting of U.S. currency and U.S. treasury securities, and investigation of major fraud. Protection, which entails ensuring the safety of current and former… Read More
Dick Cheney, and Al Gore Dick Cheney, and Al Gore
There has never been a major-party presidential or vice presidential nominee from Florida.
To date, Kansas has been the home state and the birth state of only one U. S. Vice President, Charles Curtis.
The Secret Service.
No, there are no presidents or vice presidents from Colorado.
The presidents either died or resigned, and their vice presidents took office, or the vice presidents were elected on their own.
because presidents were killed and are deceased which moved the vice president up to president and then they had to find a new vice president which means there are more vice presidents . As of 1/20/09 there are 44 presidents and 47 vice presidents .
Sixteen US Senators have also served as the President of the United States. James Monroe was the first and Barack Obama is the most recent. Seventeen US Presidents were former State Governors. Fourteen US Presidents were former Vice Presidents.
No U. S. President or Vice President to date has been from Washington state, but former Vice President Al Gore was born in Washington DC.
Gerald Ford (1976), Al Gore (2000)
Walter Mondale in 1984, and Al Gore in 2000.
That's because there have been more Presidents with multiple Vice Presidents than there have been Vice Presidents serving under multiple Presidents.
Franklin D. Roosevelt had the most vice presidents, with a total of 3 vice presidents.
The possessive form of the plural noun vice presidents is vice presidents'. Example: We rarely remember the vice presidents' wives unless they become first ladies.
Former President Bill Clinton doubtlessly had more in common with his own vice President Al Gore, than he did with former Presidents Nixon or Ford.
John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon are the seven former vice-presidents who were later elected to a term of their own as President. Roosevelt, Coolidge,Truman and Johnson ran as incumbent Presidents.
No. No vice-presidents nor Presidents have come from Utah as of 2014.
There are no US presidents or vice presidents from West Virginia.
There are five former vice presidents of The United States of America still living. They are... And the president they served under... Walter Mondale (Jimmy Carter) George H. W. Bush (Ronald Reagan) Dan Quayle (George H. W. Bush) Albert Gore (Bill Clinton) Richard (Dick) Cheney (George W. Bush)
Not necessarily, and they were not "Obama's secret men." I think you are referring to a current (April 2012) scandal that involves the Secret Service. They are the men and women who protect the president-- they protect all presidents, as well as vice presidents, and spouses. The Secret Service is made up of trained men and women of all races and ethnic groups. The majority of these people are honest and highly skilled. Their job… Read More
No US presidents were from the state of Delaware. Rutherford Hayes, the 19th President was born in the town of Delaware, Ohio. Joe Biden, the current vice-president is a former senator from Delaware.
Minnesota is neither the birth state nor the home state of any U. S. President to date. However, two former U. S. Vice Presidents are from there.
Andrew Johnson, Abraham Lincoln's Vice President, became a full President after Lincoln died. He was not an acting President. The Vice President becoming a full President, after the death of the former President, was established long before Andrew Johnson became the first Vice President to succeed a murdered President. Previous Vice Presidents had succeeded Presidents who had died from medical illnesses.
The vice presidents who were nominated by their parties and lost the election were Thomas Jefferson in 1996, Richard Nixon in 1960, Hubert Humphrey in 1968, Bob Dole in 1996 and Al Gore in 2000. Former Vice Presidents John Adams, Martin Van Buren, Theodore Roosevelt, Gerald Ford and George W. Bush also lost presidential elections, but only after they were President.
Asia is a continent, not a country. Asia has many countries in it. Many of those countries have their own presidents and vice presidents. So there is no president of Asia or vice president of Asia, just presidents and vice presidents of those countries.
Some presidents have had more then one Vice President during their term.
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There are 18 Vice Presidents world wide.