Who becomes president once the president tdies?
If the president dies then the vice president takes office if the vice president dies then the speaker of office is president
The country votes for a new president
President then Vice President then Speaker of the House.
The vice president becomes the president if the president dies or , as has happened once, resigns his office,
Once the current president has died then the vice president becomes president. The vice president and president are never near each other no matter whats going on.
Who discharges the duties of the president when the offices of the president and the vice president are vacant?
If the presidency is vacancy. the VP becomes president and and new VP is promptly appointed . If the president and VP both die at once, the Speaker of the House becomes president.
Speaker of the House.
It becomes law and then the law is enforced.
Once the president signs the bill , it becomes a law. A bill is a proposal for a new Law, Once it is voted on & accepted & signed it becomes a law.
The president signs a bill into law - a bill becomes law once the President indicates his approval by signing it.
Barack Obama IS president of the US and is doing a very great job.
You mean "Who becomes president of USA if the president and vice president die?" It is the speaker of the house who becomes president.
The vice-president becomes President if the president can not function.
If the vice president becomes president and dies before a new vice president can be confirmed, the Speake of the House becomes president.
Then the vice president-elect becomes president.
Yes. In the event the president can not perform his duties the vice president becomes the President. This event has actually happened nine times so far, eight times because of the death of the President and once because the President resigned his office.
== == If the president dies, the vice president becomes president. If both the president and the vice president die the speaker of the house of representitives becomes president.
Once a bill becomes a law, the President must abide by it just like the rest of us. However, when a completed bill is presented to him/her for his/her signature, if he/she agrees with it, he/she signs it, and it becomes a law. If he/she does not like it, he/she can veto it. But if at least two thirds of both houses of Congress disagree with the President, they can override his/her veto, and it… Read More
THe President can veto a bill before it becomes a law. Once a bill becomes law, the President can not changeit. However, at the risk of being impeached, he can refuse to enforce it, or enforce it selectively, enforcing only the parts he likes, the way that Obama treats the immigration laws.
If both die then the Speaker of the House becomes president
The vice president would become the acting president.
President pro tempore of the Senate becomes President.
The vice president-elect becomes the president if the president-elect dies.
The Vice-President always becomes President after the President finishes serving his term.
The President is still the President if he or she is out of the country - it's only when he or she is INCAPACITATED that the Vice-President becomes (acting) President.
President pro tempore of the Senate becomes president.
The Speaker of the House becomes president if the president and vice president can no longer serve,
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If the president is impeached and convicted, the Vice President becomes the president, and the Secratary of State becomes the Vice President.
You do not become nominated a US President Elect. Once you are elected President, you are elected. You can be nominated a party candidate by winning party primaries and caucuses. The nominees oppose each other in the general election. One is elected. He or she wins the general election. If there is no winner it goes to the House of Representatives. The winner becomes President Elect. The President Elect becomes president upon inauguration.
If the Vice-President dies, the President remains President. If the President dies, the Vice-President becomes the acting President.
Death of a sitting president the Vice President becomes president, election, or by resignation and the Vice President again becomes president.
No, they do not pass laws, they pass Bills. Technically they pass a Bill which, once it passes both house of Congress is sent to the President and when the President signs it, THEN it becomes a law.
President Snow is killed and there are no more Hunger Games. Panem becomes a peaceful place once again.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives. If they can not serve, then the President pro tempore becomes the President.
The president 's choice (subject to the consent of both Houses of Congress)
Who becomes the new Vice President if the president cannot serve out his term and the vice president elect becomes president?
the secretary of state
The Secretary of State
Once a bill is passed by the Senate and House of Representatives at the state level, it becomes law when the governor signs it. At the federal level, after being passed by the federal House and Senate, it becomes law when the president signs it.
After being elected US President twice, a person may not run for Vice President, because in order to qualify for the vice presidency one must be eligible for the presidency. When a person is elected Vice President then less than two years after inauguration he/she becomes President, he/she may be elected President once after that. When a person is elected Vice President then between two and four years after inauguration he/she becomes President, he/she may… Read More
The Vice-President takes over as President. If that person is unable to do the job, then the Speaker of the House of Representatives becomes President.
Our Vice President becomes the next president that's the whole point of having a Vice President
Supreme Court Judges are nominated by the current US President. Once the President has made his nomination, the Senate has to confirm before the nominee becomes a Supreme Court Judge.
The vice-president normally becomes president if the current president is assassinated. In the US, if the President is assassinated (or otherwise unable to perform the duties of his office), the Vice President becomes President, and will nominate a new Vice President to be confirmed by the Congress, according to the 25th Amendment (1967).
a vice president becomes president when the president passes away Example: Vice President President President passes away Vice President becomes President (and it has been done before)
In this case, the new President would nominate someone to be vice president. If both houses of Congress confirm the nomination, he or she becomes the vice president. The new president nominates a new vice president. The nominees is sworn in after a majority confirmation vote in the US Senate. The new President will nominate a new Vice President. When approved by the Senate, the nominee becomes the new VP.
The Vice President of the United States becomes the President of the United States if the President of the United States should die.
If both the President and the Vice President die, the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives becomes President.
The Vice-President rarely becomes President, and then it is usually because the previous President died while in office.
If he dies in office, then Dick Cheney becomes President.