The President appoints a new Vice President, who must be approved by Congress.
yes= that is what he would do. His choice must be confirmed by Congress.
Any jobs plan than requires new funding must be approved by Congress before it can be implemented.
Congress would have to pick a new vice president as they did when Nixon resigned and Gerald Ford took over as president. Nelson Rockefeller was picked to be vice president.
congress has the power to propose laws, but the president must approve them in most cases.
The President nominates a new Vice President, but at least half of each House of Congress must approve the nomination.
The President will nominate a new Vice President, who must be confirmed by both houses of the Congress in accordance with the 25th Amendment. (see related link)
In the event, the president picks a new vice president who then must be approved by both houses of Congress before he can take office.
No, the President nominates a new Vice President. The nomination must be approved by a majority vote in both Houses of Congress.
A new Vice President is nominated by the President and must be approved by a majority vote of both houses of Congress.
It is not quite true because when the office of Vice-President becomes vacant, the President chooses a new Vice-President who then must be approved by both houses of Congress before he can take office. ( 25th amendment.)