Under what circumstances may the president be impeached?
A president can be impeached for treason, bribery, and other high crimes and misdemeanors. The precise definition of these offenses is left up to the House of Representatives . ...
Asked in US Presidents
Can the vice president be impeached with the president?
after president is impeached what is the line up to be president? The vice president can be impeached if he did something that warranted being impeached. He can't be impeached just because the president was impeached. ...
If someone is impeached what is the next steptaken?
What happens if someone is impeached? What happens if someone is impeached? ...
Asked in Andrew Jackson
Why was Andrew Jackson the only president ever to be impeached?
Jackson was never impeached. You may be thinking of Andrew Jackson who was impeached, but he was not the only one to have been impeached. ...
Which US presidents were impeached and removed from office?
Technically no American president has been impeached and subsequently removed from office. Andrew Johnson was impeached, but acquitted. Richard Nixon resigned before his likely impeachment. Bill Clinton was impeached, but not removed from office. Presidents impeached: * Andrew Johnson: impeached by the House but acquitted by the Senate * William (Bill) Clinton: also impeached but acquitted. Therefore, there have been two impeached, none removed....
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
Has a US president ever been impeached and found guilty?
No-- two were impeached but not found guilty. Richard Nixon resigned before he was impeached, probably assuming that he would be impeached and found quilty. ...