It is Speaker of the house I believe.
The vice president has a duty to assume the president's duties if the president dies or can't perform the duties for any reason. The vice president also presides over the senate and may also perform other duties assigned by the president.
He has only one: president of the senate.
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The President assumes his duties upon being sworn in to office - normally on the 20th of January.
the leader of the Senate (called the President of the Senate); the Vice-President does not vote unless there is a tie
By the Senate
The vice president then becomes the president.The vice president would assume those duties.
The youngest person to assume the office of president of the United States was Theodore Roosevelt at age 42
He is the President of the Senate and is 1st in line for Presidency if the President cannot do his duties or dies.
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Speaker of the House
the answer is president George Washington's vice president John Adams
The youngest man to assume the duties of United States president was Theodore Roosevelt. At the age of 43, Roosevelt took office on September 14, 1901, following the death of president William McKinley.
He is a voting member of the Senate and so shares the duties of all US Senators. The position is mostly ceremonial and is awarded to the majority member with the most seniority in the Senate.
The vice president becomes President if the President dies or is removed from office . There are also procedures by which the vice-president can temporarily assume the duties of president, either voluntarily or involuntarily.
When the US Vice President is absent or acting as President, his/her Senate duties fall to the US Senate President Pro Tempore, who by tradition is the longest-serving Senator of the majority party.
While the Constitution provided information on the election, length of term, and duty as the head of the Senate, it did not outline the specific job duties of the Vice President. In the Constitution, the duties that are stated are, he will replace the president if the president can't complete his term, and he will serve as the President of the Senate, but won't vote unless a tiebreaker is needed.
To be the President of the Senate until such time as the President is unable to fulfill their duties.
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voting in the senate in case of a tie
The job duties of the vice president are largely left up to the president. The vice-president actually has one official duty and that is president of the Senate.
The vice president is the presiding officer the US Senate. He has to be ready to take over as president if needed. He also takes on assignments that the President gives him and may serve as special representative for the President.He/She stands ready to assume the Presidency in the event that the President can no longer perform his/her duties (or no longer wishes to). Until then, he/she presides over the U. S. Senate.
If the President and Vice-President are not able to fulfill their duties, the Speaker of the House (currently R-OH John Boehner) would assume the presidency. After that the President Pro Tempore of the Senate (currently D-HI Daniel Inouye) would assume the presidency. The 5th in line to the presidency is the Secretary of State (currently D-NY Hillary Clinton).