Who is president when the vice president dies?
If the vice president dies the president remains the president and would choose a new vice president.
If the vice president dies then the secretary takes on to be the president ----
It is still the President if the Vice President dies
if the president dies then the vice president will succeeds
If the president dies the vice president is responsible for stepping up as president. The vice president will do everything the president had previously done.
If the Vice-President dies the president remains and stays president
If the vice president dies , the President nominates someone to replace him, subject to approval by Congress
if the president dies the vice president will take his place if the vice president dies they will vote again
The Vice President will, and if the Vice President dies, then the Speaker of the House will become president.
If the Vice-President dies, the President remains President. If the President dies, the Vice-President becomes the acting President.
The president remains the president when the vice president dies. If the vice-president dies, a new vice-president is chosen according to a procedure found in the 25th amendment to the constitution. If the president and vice-president were both killed at the same time, the Speaker of the House of Representatives would become president.
If the vice president becomes president and dies before a new vice president can be confirmed, the Speake of the House becomes president.
The vice-president becomes the president.
okay if vice dies the president would still be the same.
If the president dies and the vice president becomes president then vice president dies who takes his place?
Speaker of the house will be in 3rd line as president. :)
If a President dies and the Vice President takes over, the new President would appoint a vice president, authorized by the 25th amendment.
If the president dies then the vice president takes office if the vice president dies then the speaker of office is president
The vice president... The vice president...
No, he/she does not have a vice president of their own. However, one could assume that the Secretary of State would be the vice president's vice president. This is based on the chain of presidency. President dies Vice president assumes the presidency Vice president dies Secretary of State assumes the preidency.
The President Pro Tempore fills in when the vp and the president arnt there. If the president dies then they have the president choose another since the president chooses his vice president.
if the president dies, the vice president will become president
If the president dies and then the vice president dies, next in line for the presidency is the speaker of the house.
If the president dies then the vice president becomes president.
the vice-president The Vice President.
If the PRresident dies the Vice President is next in line. If the Vice President dies also the Secerectary of State takes over.
Article II of the original Constitution says that the vice-president will become president if the president dies.
The person who replaces the president after he dies is the Vice President.
When the president dies the vice president becomes the president
If the President dies, then the Vice President becomes President. If the Vice President dies, a new Vice President will be nominated, to be confirmed by Congress. If the remaining term is short (weeks), this might not be feasible, but that has never been established. Only two Vice Presidents, Gerald Ford and Nelson Rockefeller, have ever been selected in this way.
The vice president
To become the President you must be either: * The President-Elect. * The Vice President when the President dies. * The Speaker of the House when the President and Vice President die, * The President Pro Tempore of the Senate when the President, Vice President and Speaker of the House dies. * The Secretary of State when the President, Vice President, Speaker of the House and President Pro Tempore of the Senate dies. * etc.
If the President of the United States dies while in office, the vice president will be immediately sworn in. The vice president will finish out the presidents term.
If the President dies in office and Vice President becomes President who takes his place as Vice President?
He is then allowed to appoint a Vice President.
The vice-president becomes president if the president dies in office.
He does not have to wait; he can be the president as soon as he dies:)
If the US President dies, the Vice-President becomes the President and serves for the remainder of the unexpired Presidential term.
If the President of the United States resigns or dies while in office, the Vice President takes the oath of office and becomes President. If the Vice President dies, then the Speaker of the House takes the oath and becomes President.
If the President dies, the Vice-President takes the Presidential Oath of Office and becomes President of the United States. She then appoints a new Vice-President, with the advice and consent of the Senate.
The vice president becomes president if the president dies or resigns his office.
If the US president dies, the vice-president is sworn in as the president.
The vice president then becomes the president. The vice president would assume those duties.
If the Vice President dies the president remains president.
They are called the Speaker of the House and they are 3rd in line, right behind the vice presedent.
The speaker of the House becomes the Vice President.
The vice president.
The president is still the president.
If the President dies, the Vice President must take his places. The Vice President is the President of the United States Senate.
The vice president is first in the order of succession If the president dies, the vice president is promptly sworn in as President. .
The President will still continue regardless of whether the Vice President dies or not, unless the President himself dies. The President will nominate a new Vice President if one dies, resigns, or otherwise leaves office. If confirmed by Congress, the new Vice President would assume all the roles of the office. (This occurred with Gerald Ford, who became Vice President after Spiro Agnew resigned in 1973, and then President when Richard Nixon resigned in 1974.)… Read More