A total of 17 US Presidents did not have Vice Presidents for at least part of their term of office, and 4 had no Vice President for their entire term, having become President on the death of the elected President. The Constitution originally had no provision for electing a replacement Vice President. A total of 7 Vice Presidents have died in office.
Presidents with no Vice President ever:
John Tyler (succeeded William Henry Harrison)
Millard Fillmore (succeeded Zachary Taylor)
Andrew Johnson (succeeded Abraham Lincoln)
Chester Arthur (succeeded James Garfield)
Other Presidents who served parts of terms with no Vice President:
*The 25th Amendment, ratified in 1967, provides for the replacement of the Vice President in the event that the Vice President dies in office, resigns, or succeeds to the presidency.
in history the us have 7 vice presidents.
None. There is NO "vise"-President. In the US we have a ViCe-President.
because presidents were killed and are deceased which moved the vice president up to president and then they had to find a new vice president which means there are more vice presidents . As of 1/20/09 there are 44 presidents and 47 vice presidents .
One. The current Vice President is Joe Biden.
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As of 2009, Joseph Biden is the 47th US Vice President. Some Presidents have had more than one Vice President, , two vice presidents have served under more than one president (George Clinton and John C. Calhoun) and four (Tyler, Fillmore, A. Johnson, and Arthur) had no Vice President during their successions.
Theodore Roosevelt - because he was vice president to William McKinley, which was the 25th President.
No, President Barack H. Obama is the 44th US President. Vice President Joseph R. Biden, however, is the 47th Vice President, due to different presidents changing vice presidents throughout their terms. Confusing, no?
Franklin Roosevelt had three different vice presidents- Garner,Wallace and Truman.
Certainly! There are many Vice-Presidents that have served as President, both because of the death of a president and because they were elected.
The 13th U. S. President was Millard Fillmore, who was one of the four Presidents who never had a Vice President.
14 presidents served as vice president before becoming president
Asia is a continent, not a country. Asia has many countries in it. Many of those countries have their own presidents and vice presidents. So there is no president of Asia or vice president of Asia, just presidents and vice presidents of those countries.
There are no US presidents or vice presidents from West Virginia.
because there is a president and a vice president thats why he said we have two presidents
In USA executive ranks, a Group Vice President is at the same level as an Executive Vice President. A Group Vice President ranks above a Senior Vice President and a Vice President, and will typically have multiple Senior Vice Presidents and/or Vice Presidents reporting to them.
no, this way if the president dies, the vice president is still there to replace him
president james garfield-vice president chester arthur
33 of the 47 US vice-president never became President. See the related questions for more details.
When the president dies the vice president becomes the president