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William Henry Harrison was the first US president to die in office.
If President Obama should die, then the vice president becomes president . . . that would be Joe Biden.
If the Vice President dies the president remains president.
The Vice President of the United States becomes the President of the United States if the President of the United States should die.
The fourth US president to die was James Monroe, on the 4th of July 1831.
The vice president takes office if the president dies.
which president of the US was the oldest man to be elected
He was the first to be assassinated, but NOT the first to die in office. That was William Henry Harrison in 1841, who died of pneumonia only a month into his term.
== == If the president dies, the vice president becomes president. If both the president and the vice president die the speaker of the house of representitives becomes president.
The youngest president to die in office was John Fitzgerald Kennedy, I believe. :)
Should the President die in office, or otherwise no longer be able to serve, then the Vice President moves up.
If any US President were to die during their term of office, then the US Vice President would be sworn in as President.
If both the president and the vice president die, the Speaker of the House becomes president.
The Speaker of the House.
William Henry Harrison was the first US president to die in office. He died in 1840.
there isn't a governor of the US, theres a president of the US and governors of each state
If the Vice-President dies, the President remains President. If the President dies, the Vice-President becomes the acting President.
There are two senators for each US state. This gives a total of 100 US Senators, plus the Vice President who is president of the Senate but may only vote to break a tie.
The 12th US President, Zachary Taylor (1784-1850) was the second to die in office. The first was the 9th US President, William Henry Harrison (1773-1841). Both died from illness.
John F. Kennedy, who was only 46 when he was shot.
If both the President and Vice-President die or are disabled, the Speaker of the House becomes the acting President.
That is not possible, but if the president and the vice president are die, the Secretary of state takes over.
US: No, the speaker of the house would be next in line for the presidency.
The president has no power with regards to the number of state senators. BY the Constitution each state has 2 the number of congressman( for each state) is determeined by the state population
In 2006, the former 38th president of the United States, Gerald Ford, passed away. As of 2014, he was the last U. S. president to die.
Each of us will die when it is our time. We can not run from death.
The cabinet helps the president to carry out the executive duties of the state. Each cabinet member represents the president in the various ministries. The cabinet and the president consult each other on important tasks.
A sitting president is the current president. US Presidents are called "President" until they die, reference therefore to the present-day president is made as 'sitting President'.
James Garfield was the second US president to fall victim to an assassin.
James Madison is the only president to die on June 28.
No president has led us to "moral decline." Most have wanted the best for the nation and for the common good. Our morals are up to us not a president. We have a secular democracy that allows for each of us to decide our values and morals.
Zachary Taylor was the second to die in office.
The vice president would become the president if the president were to die, be removed from office, or resign. The vice president is also president of the US Senate.
Yes. This is one of the prerogatives of each incoming President of the U.S.
3000+ die each year over 30,000 are injured each year.
The US President is alive and well.
The 12th US President, Zachary Taylor (1784-1850) was the second to die in office. The first was the 9th US President, William Henry Harrison (1773-1841). Both died from illness. This is from a previous wiki answer, and is correct.
There have been eight United States presidents to die while in office. John F. Kennedy was the youngest president to die during his service.
George Washington was the first US President to die and there were not a lot of president in the world before him, Most of the countries had kings or emperors or war lords instead of presidents.
Next in line after the VP is the Speaker of the House.
there's been 44, one for each president
yes he did die cuz if his wife and umm yea
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The third person in line is the president pro tempore of the US Senate, who is normally the most senior senator of the majority party in Congress.
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.
John F. Kennedy (1917-1963). the 35th US President, became the 4th US President to die by assassination. He was shot during a motorcade in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.
William Henry Harrison only served as the US President in 1841. He got sick with pneumonia a month after taking office and was the first president to die in office.
the vice president becomes presedent if the presedent was 2 dia ha juan gonzalez asweared it
Kentucky was the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, the US president and of Jefferson Davis, the president of the confederate states.
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