The Secretary of State is fourth in line to become president in an emergency situation.
the speaker of the house
The Secretary of Treasury is fifth in line.
Truman was Vice President in Franklin Roosevelt's fourth term. When Roosevelt died, Truman became President.
The Secretary of Defense (as long as they would be eligible to be elected President).
Speaker of the House of Representatives
The next person in line would be the Speaker of the House.
The line of succession to the office of the US President includes the Vice-President, followed by the Speaker of the House, the President pro tempore of the Senate, and then the Cabinet secretaries in the order in which their posts were created. The 4th in line for the position, should it become vacant, is the US Secretary of State.
The fourth US president to die was James Monroe, on the 4th of July 1831.
John Kennedy was the fourth US president to die from an assassin's bullet. He was killed in November of 1963.
Madison , Wisconsin was named for the 4th US president.
you have to be born in the us to become the president
US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt changed the Thanksgiving date to the fourth Thursday in November.
He Never did become president
There is no maximum age limit to become president of the US.
No admiral has become a US president.
Yes, Mr. Madison was our 4th President.
That's correct. Madison was the 4th President of the US.
The fourth president of teh Unites States is James Madison. Madison is the capital of Wisconsin.
Keeping in mind that the current US President isn't in the line of succession, President Pro Tempore of the Senate is third in line for the US Presidency.
Unfortunately no, he cannot become Vice President of US, because he was not born in the US
To become US President you have to be a born US citizen.
A citizen that wants to be President of the US has to be at least 35 years old, in order to participate in the presidential campaigns, and become President of the US. (NOTE: Only US born citizens can become president of the US, this includes Alaska & Hawaii)