Under the US Constitution, the Vice-President of the United States presides at the Senate and is thus the President of the Senate. If the Vice-President is not present, then the President Protempore of the Senate presides. The Majority Leader of the Senate is usually also the President Protem.
The President of the Senate holds the office of Vice-President. But actually it is more correct to say that the Vice-President shall also be the President of the Senate.
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The Vice-president of the United States also serves as the President of the Senate. In 2012, Joe Biden holds this office.
The senate holds all impeachment trials. If two thirds of the senate finds him guilty then the president will be removed from office. Only the House can impeach the President, not the entire Congress.
It is more appropriate to say that the Vice-President of the United States has as one of his constitutional responsibilities to serve as President of the US Senate.
The House of Representatives votes to impeach, and the Senate holds the trial and votes whether to remove him/her from office.
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The President of the Senate is the Vice-President of the United States.
The president of the senate is the vice president of the United States.
The President holds the highest office in the government.
A simple in the House suffices for the impeachment. The Senate then holds a trial and a 2/3 majority is requited to convict and remove the president from office.
Joe Biden holds this office at this date in 2011.
There is no office of this name, though the Senate does have a President Pro Tempore who presides in the absence of the Vice-President, or while he shall be exercising the office of President.
The president of the Senate is the Vice-President of the United States. He is seldom in attendance, so the President Pro-Tempore presides.
That would be the President of the Senate, an office normally held by the vice-president of the US.
The Vice President is considered to be president over the Senate and holds the deciding vote. The true leader of the senate, however, is the leader of the majority.
President of the Senate (Vice President)
the president cannot be a member of the senate while in office.
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AnswerIf there is a voting tie for the office of the Vice President, the Senate is empowered to choose the Vice President.
The President of the United States holds the highest office in the US government
The Vice President of the US presides over the Senate, but officiates only on formal occasions. A president pro tempore sits in the Vice President's absence but the office has very little power. It is the Senate majority leader who has the most powerful office in the Senate.
The Vice President of the United States of America.