What us president died in 2006?
Gerald Ford died December 26,2006 at 6:45 pm at Rancho Mirage, California from cerebrovascular disease.
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William Henry Harrison was the first president to died in office and the first vice president was George Clinton.
Approximately 18,000 . The link below is to a CDC report on US AIDS death statistics. On pg 17 of the .pdf there is a table. 2005 is the most recent year listed.. 2001 - 17,726. 2002 - 17,318. 2003 - 18,020. 2004 - 18,099. 2005 - 17,011. http://img.thebody.com/cdc/pdfs/2005SurveillanceRepor…t.pdf ( Full Answer )
Answer . James Knox Polk, the 11th President of the United States, served from March 4, 1845 to March 4, 1849, and died on June 15, 1849, 103 days after his term of office ended.
The President would be he isn't the one who died Answer The president...unless the president died as well. If both the president and vice president were unable to hold office, then the speaker of the house of representatives would take over as stated in the Presidential Line of Succession…. United States presidential line of succession is as follows and is written in the US Constitution: OFFICE Current Person 1 . Vice President. Joe Biden. 2 . Speaker of the House of Representatives. Nancy Pelosi. 3 . President pro tempore of the Senate. Robert Byrd. 4 . Secretary of State. Hillary Clinton. 5 . Secretary of the Treasury. Timothy Geithner. 6 . Secretary of Defense. Robert Gates. 7 . Attorney General. Eric Holder. 8 . Secretary of the Interior. Ken Salazar. 9 . Secretary of Agriculture. Tom Vilsack. 10 . Secretary of Commerce. Gary Locke. 11 . Secretary of Labor. Hilda Solis. 12 . Secretary of Health and Human Services. Kathleen Sebelius. 13 . Secretary of HUD. Shaun Donovan. 14 . Secretary of Transportation. Ray LaHood. 15 . Secretary of Energy. Steven Chu. 16 . Secretary of Education. Arne Duncan. 17 . Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Eric Shinseki. 18 . Secretary of Homeland Security. Janet Napolitano. Gates and LaHood are Republicans. Shinseki is an independent. The rest are Democrats. Technically - the US Constitution has a line of succession that is about 1,500 people!!! ( Full Answer )
George Clinton , Madison's first VP died in office in 1812 as did his secon-term VP Elbridge Thomas Gerry in 1814 died of heart failure . Rufus King, who was Pierce's running mate, died of TB after being in office about a month. He was too sick to travel to Washington before he died. Thomas… Hendricks , Cleveland first-term vice-president , died of a stroke in 1885 after about 9 months in office. Garret Hobart, McKinley's first vice-president died in 1899. His death opened the way for Theodore Roosevelt to run with McKinley in 1900. James Schoolcraft Sherman died of Bright's disease in 1912 while running for a second term with President Taft. ( Full Answer )
John Tyler in 1841. He had been elected Vice President in 1840,with President William Henry Harrison. When Harrison died one monthafter taking office, VP Tyler took over.
Both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died the very same day. The date of their deaths, July 4, 1826, was also the 50thanniversary of the US Declaration of Independence. Five years later James Monroe also died on July 4. 1831. Also, both Millard Fillmore and William Howard Taft died on the 8thof Ma…rch--Fillmore in 1874 and Taft in 1930. Harry Truman andGerald Ford both died on the 26th of December--Truman in 1972 andFord in 2006. ( Full Answer )
Vice president. If he/she dies the speaker of the house takes over. if he/she dies, then its the president pro tempore of the senate, then its the secretary of state,secretary of treasury,secretary of defense, attorney general, secretary of the interior, secretary of agriculture, secretary of commer…ce, secretary of labor, secretary of health and human services, secretary of housing and urban development, secretary of transportation, secretary of energy, secretary of education, secretary of veterans affairs, and the secretary of homeland security. ( Full Answer )
President William Henry Harrison (1773-1841) was elected the ninth US President in 1840, mainly due to his reputation as a military hero of the Indian Wars in 1811 and the War of 1812. He was inaugurated on March 4, 1841. However, the wintry conditions in Washington and the stress of his position …may have contributed to his subsequent serious illness, a cold which became pneumonia during late March. He died on April 4, after only 31 days in office. He was succeeded by his Vice president, John Tyler. ( Full Answer )
Andrew Johnson is the man who became president of the US whenAbraham Lincoln died. Lincoln was assassinated by John WilkesBooth.
Born April 27, 1822 Died July 23, 1885 at 63 years old US Grantdied from throat cancer.
In US law, none, though John Tyler (d1862) may have regarded himself as no longer a US citizen following the secession of his native Virginia the previous year.
there has been 35,000 people killed and 100,000 injured by guns in 2006. there has been 35,000 people killed and 100,000 injured by guns in 2006
The term "acting President" refers normally to the Vice President who assumes the office temporarily due to incapacitation of the President (as for a surgical procedure). Should the Vice President be incapacitated as well, the office would pass to the next person in the line of succession, who is th…e Speaker of the House of Representatives. Normally the period of incapacitation is short, so this situation has never occurred. ( Full Answer )
If both the President and the Vice President died (which has never happened), the Speaker of the House would become the President of the United States. For example, if President Obama died, VP Joe Biden would take over as President. If then-President Joe Biden died, the Speaker of the House would… take over as President. ( Full Answer )
I am assuming that the President has already died and the question is askling about the former Vice President who is now the President . . , and who has now died in office as well. If that is correct, in that scenario, the next in line of succession would the The Speaker of The House of Representat…ives. ( Full Answer )
John Tyler for Willam Harrison, Millard Fillmore for Zachary Taylor, Andrew Johnson for Abraham Lincoln, Chester Aurthur for James Garfield, Theodore Roosevelt for Willam McKinley, Calvin Coolidge for Warren Harrding, Harry Truman for Franklin Roosivelt, and finnaly Lyndon Johnson for John Kennedy
Yes, Two First Ladies Died Of Cancer, Pat Nixon Died In June 1993 0f Lung Cancer And Jacqueline Kennedy Died In May 1994 Of Lymphatic Cancer.. Yes, Two First Ladies Died Of Cancer, Pat Nixon Died In June 1993 0f Lung Cancer And Jacqueline Kennedy Died In May 1994 Of Lymphatic Cancer.
In the short term, the President pro tempore of the Senate and the other members of the President's Cabinet. But under the terms of the 25th Amendment, the President will nominate a new Vice President, to be confirmed by the Senate. There is no succession to the office of the Vice President.
William Howard Taft suffered from obesity-related sleep apnea, but he did not die of it.
Eight US Presidents have died in office: four byassassination and four from other causes. 9th President, William Henry Harrison (April 4, 1841 NaturalCauses ) 12th President, Zachary Taylor , (July 9, 1850 NaturalCauses) 16th President, Abraham Lincoln (April 15, 1865 -assassinated) 20th Pres…ident, James Garfield (September 19, 1881 -assassinated) 25th President William McKinley (September 14,1901 -assassinated) 29th President, Warren G. Harding (August 2, 1923 naturalcauses) 32nd President, Franklin D. Roosevelt (April 12, 1945 )natural causes 35th President, John F. Kennedy (1963- assassinated) No US president actually died in the Oval Office. Harrison andTaylor died in bed in the White House. A total of eight US presidents died in office: William H. Harrison, Zachary Taylor, Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, Warren Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and John F. Kennedy. All the Presidents from George Washington down to Ronald Reagan have died at some point AFTER swearing in as President. Several died while serving as President: # in office President Year(s) elected Length of term (days) Date of death Cause of death . 9. William Henry Harrison. 1840. 31. April 4, 1841. Pneumonia and pleurisy. 12. Zachary Taylor. 1848. 491. July 9, 1850. Acute Gastroenteritis. 16. Abraham Lincoln. 1860, 1864. 1,503. April 15, 1865. Assassinated by John Wilkes Booth. 20. James A. Garfield. 1880. 199. September 19, 1881. Assassinated by Charles Julius Guiteau. 25. William McKinley. 1896, 1900. 1,654. September 14, 1901. Assassinated by Leon Frank Czolgosz. 29. Warren G. Harding. 1920. 881. August 2, 1923. Heart attack. 32. Franklin D. Roosevelt. 1932, 1936, 1940, 1944. 4,422. April 12, 1945. Cerebral hemorrhage. 35. John F. Kennedy. 1960. 1,036. November 22, 1963. Assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald. Of these, William Henry Harrison died rather soon after being sworn in. He got sick shortly after his swearing in (ostensibly from exposure to the bad weather that day). ( Full Answer )
Senator Joe Biden would become the President-Elect if Obama were to become unable to server as President (eg. death) beginning December 15, 2008. Should President-Elect Obama be unable to server as President prior to December 15, 2008, the day the Electoral College votes, several scenarios might hap…pen. Some states are required by law to vote for their states voted candidate (ie. the President-Elect that can't server). Other states can't select whomever they choose.. To answer your question, if it is after the Electoral College vote (12/15/2008), Senator Biden, if it is prior the Electoral College, it is unknown (Biden, Clinton, McCain, Palin, or someone else). This has never happened in US history. ( Full Answer )
8 US presidents died in office. Four were assassinated and four died of natural causes. They were: . William Henry Harrison - April 4, 1841, died of pneumonia after giving a long inaugural address in the cold and rain. . Zachary Taylor - July 9, 1850, died ,possibly from cholera, after eating ta…inted cherries and milk in the middle of the summer. . Abraham Lincoln - April 15, 1865, died a few hours after being shot by an assassin. . James Garfield - September 19, 1881, died of blood poisoning two months after being shot by an assassin. . William McKinley - September 14, 1901, died eight days after being shot by an assassin. . Warren G. Harding - August 2, 1923, died of pneumonia or heart attack or stroke . . Franklin D. Roosevelt - April 12, 1945, died of a cerebral hemorrhage . John F. Kennedy - assassinated November 22,1963/ ( Full Answer )
John F. Kennedy was the president of the United States from 1961 until his death in 1963. Dwight D. Eisenhower was the president before him, and Kennedy's vice president Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as president in the hours after Kennedy was assassinated.
No US President died in 1861. The closest was January of 1862 whenJohn Tyler and Martin Van Buren both died.
If the president dies, the Vice-president takes over. Here's the order of succession:. The Vice President . Speaker of the House . President pro tempore of the Senate . Secretary of State . Secretary of the Treasury . Secretary of Defense . Attorney General . Secretary of the Interior . Sec…retary of Agriculture . Secretary of Commerce . Secretary of Labor . Secretary of Health and Human . Secretary of Housing and Urban Development . Secretary of Transportation . Secretary of Energy . Secretary of Education . Secretary of Veterans Affairs . Secretary of Homeland Security ( Full Answer )
William Henry Harrison, our ninth president, was only in office for thirty-one days. His innauguration speech was nearly two hours long, the longest inaugural address at 8,445 words. He rode to the inauguration through wet and cold weather. He caught a cold that turned into pneumonia, and he died 31… days after his swearing in to office on April 4, 1841. . ( Full Answer )
If both the president and the vice president die, the Speaker of the House becomes president.
Order of succession is Vice-President, Speaker of the House, President Pro-Tem of the senate, and then Secretary of State.
Seven U. S. Vice Presidents died while Vice President: . George Clinton, April 20, 1812 . Elbridge Gerry, November 23, 1814 . William R. King, April 18, 1853 . Henry Wilson, November 22, 1875 . Thomas A. Hendricks, November 25, 1885 . Garret A. Hobart, November 21, 1899 . James S. Sherman,… October 30, 1912 ( Full Answer )
The current president would appoint a new VP. We have had one or two VP's quit while in office and that is what happened. This is how Ford became VP after Agnew.
If the President dies, then the Vice President becomes President. If the Vice President dies, a new Vice President will be nominated, to be confirmed by Congress. If the remaining term is short (weeks), this might not be feasible, but that has never been established. Only two Vice Presidents, Geral…d Ford and Nelson Rockefeller, have ever been selected in this way. ( Full Answer )
Answer The best I could find is a somewhat comprehensive list of presidents and how they died though none seem to be from STDs.\n\nhttp://22.214.171.124/search?q=cache:Mr4_ufbozU0J:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_Presidents_by_date_of_death+causes+of+death+for+presidents+of+us&hl=en&gl…=us&ct=clnk&cd=1 ( Full Answer )
Gerald R. Ford died on that date at the age of 93. He was not buried until January and so was the only President who died in one year and was buried in the next.
The vice president is promptly sworn in as President if the President dies or resigns. This unfortunate event has already happened nine times in US history.
Harrison of pneumonia, Taylor of cholera, Harding of Pneuumonia and FDR of a cerebral hemorrhage.
John Quincy Adams who was elected to the House of Representative after he was president was stricken with a massive stroke while the House was in session and died two days later in the Speaker's room just off the House Floor. (Apparently they were afraid to move him to a hospital.)
Richard (Dick) Cheney (born January 30, 1941 in Lincoln, Nebraska) succeeded Al Gore as the forty-sixth Vice-President of the United States, serving between January 20, 2001 and January 20, 2009, including the whole of the year 2006.
Seven - Monroe, Van Buren, Fillmore, Grant, Arthur , McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt died in New York.
Four died in April. Wm Harrison , Lincoln and FDR died in April while in office. Nixon died after he had left office.
These are the 38 U.S. Presidents who have died, listed from oldestto youngest at the time of death: . 93.45 years : Gerald R. Ford . 93.33 years : Ronald Reagan . 90.68 years : John Adams . 90.19 years : Herbert Hoover . 88.63 years : Harry S. Truman . 85.29 years : James Madison . 83.22 yea…rs : Thomas Jefferson . 81.28 years : Richard M. Nixon . 80.62 years : John Quincy Adams . 79.63 years : Martin Van Buren . 78.45 years : Dwight D. Eisenhower . 78.23 years : Andrew Jackson . 77.11 years : James Buchanan . 74.16 years : Millard Fillmore . 73.18 years : James Monroe . 72.48 years : William Howard Taft . 71.81 years : John Tyler . 71.27 years : Grover Cleveland . 70.29 years : Rutherford B. Hayes (median age) . 68.15 years : William Henry Harrison (died in office) . 67.81 years : George Washington . 67.56 years : Benjamin Harrison . 67.10 years : Woodrow Wilson . 66.59 years : Andrew Johnson . 65.62 years : Zachary Taylor (died in office) . 64.87 years : Franklin Pierce . 64.41 years : Lyndon B. Johnson . 63.24 years : Ulysses S. Grant . 63.20 years : Franklin D. Roosevelt (died in office) . 60.51 years : Calvin Coolidge . 60.19 years : Theodore Roosevelt . 58.62 years : William McKinley (assassinated) . 57.75 years : Warren G. Harding (died in office) . 57.12 years : Chester A. Arthur . 56.17 years : Abraham Lincoln (assassinated) . 53.62 years : James K. Polk . 49.84 years : James A. Garfield (assassinated) . 46.48 years : John F. Kennedy (assassinated) ( Full Answer )
FDR died during WWII. His successor, Harry Truman, made the choice to use the atomic bomb on the japanese.
the answer is George Washington. _____________________________________________ Here are the top ten: . John F. Kennedy (46) . James A. Garfield (49) . James K. Polk (53) . Abraham Lincoln (56) . Chester A. Arthur (57) . Warren G. Harding (57) . William McKinley (58) . Theodore Roosevelt (6…0) . Calvin Coolidge (60) . Franklin D. Roosevelt (63) (George Washington is 18th on the list.) ( Full Answer )
None of the US Presidents have died on Christmas only two have passed the day after. . 38. Gerald R. Ford . Dec 26, 2006, 6:45PM. 38. Harry S. Truman . Dec 26, 1972, 7:50AM. 33.
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died the very same day, July 4, 1826. Five years later, James Monroe also died on July 4, 1831. Harry Truman (in 1972) and Gerald Ford (in 2006 ) both died on December 26. Millard Fillmore (in 1874) and William Howard Taft (in 1930) both died on March 8.
No, they have not. HIV was not diagnosed until the early 1980s, and little was known about it at that time. There is no evidence that any former presidents who died in the period from the mid-1980s to the present were carriers of this virus, nor did any of them die from it.
Four presidents were killed by assassins bullets. I do not know if that is what you call "interesting" but it is a dramatic and shocking way to die. Kennedy and Lincoln probably never knew what hit them. Garfield and McKinley seemed to be recovering at one point, so maybe their deaths were l…ess interesting. Harding and Taylor died after short illnesses of uncertain cause. Poison was suspected by some in both cases. Washington probably died from being bled by ignorant physicians who thought they were helped him. Franklin Roosevelt died in the company of his girl friend rather than with his wife. Some might find that to be interesting. Tyler died alone in a hotel room in Richmond where he had gone for a meeting of the Confederate Congress. William Henry Harrison died in the White House before his wife ever made it to Washington. ( Full Answer )
Presumably you mean Franklin D. Roosevelt, the one who died in office (since Theodore Roosevelt lived after his term). Harry Truman was the VP who succeeded FDR.
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on thisdate, the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration ofIndependence on 4th July 1826. First to die was Thomas Jefferson, then John Adams. With his dyingbreath, Adams called out "Thomas Jefferson survives...", notknowing that a messenger was …on his way to deliver news ofJefferson's death. He did not live to hear the news. ALSO Five years to the day after Adams and Jefferson died -- on July 4,1831 -- the fifth President, James Monroe , passedaway. So three presidents have died on the samedate : ( Full Answer )
No former US president died in 1970. Closest was Dwight Eisenhowerwho died Mar 28, 1969.