The ceremony in which the inauguration or the Presidential Inauguration.takes the oath of office is called an
A national disaster does not change when the president-elect gets sworn in to office. However, it might change the location of where he is sworn in to office.
When a president gets sworn in and is in office. Inauguration is where they get the elected president in office.
The vice president gets sworn in. Just look up what happened to president Kennedy.
About 15 minutes before the President elect gets sworn in. The President elect gets sworn in at 12 noon on January 20.
If the President of the United States dies while in office, the vice president will be immediately sworn in. The vice president will finish out the presidents term.
The "president" gets sworn in
The New president that gets electaed is called President Elect until they take office which is Jan. 20th. The President that was in office before the new president is called the Formor President. 20th am
Vice-President Joe Biden was sworn in first.
In the event of the death of the Vice President, the President nominates a new Vice President, who gets sworn in and takes office as soon as a majority of each House of Congress approves the nomination.
January 20th is the day the new President gets sworn in and the old President's term ends.The old president remains President up until the moment the new President takes the oath of office. The Oath of office ceremony is on the 20th of January following the election.
the vice president takes over and makes all the decision that the president would make. If the president goes off life support, the vp gets sworn into office.
If the second death occurs before Congress has approved an appointment to fill the vacancy in the vice presidency, the Speaker of the House of Representatives gets sworn in if he/she is qualified and willing.
then the president gets to elect a new Vp.
The President gets free medical care through the army hospital system while he is in office.
It is called impeachment.
you always swear with your right hand .........unless....there is a reason you can't....for example, you dont have a right hand...
he at lest stay's in office for at lest years. unless he gets elicted twice
Yes the former president gets retirement pay.
Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.
The Vice President will take over for the President if the latter is hurt or cannot perform the duties of the office.
Four years but if the president wants to run again and wins he gets only 4 more years and that's it. 4-8 years in the office.
The president gets paid for the rest of his life, a pension of $191,300 plus benefits.
The President of the United States gets protection for ten years after leaving office if he chooses to have the Secret Service continue to protect him. The President does have the option of not being protected by the Secret Service once he leaves office but few opt out of the protection.
yay i just became president
Yes, Joe Biden would become President.