Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
If the vice president becomes president who picks a new vice president and how is he approved?
If the vice-presidency becomes vacant, the president can appoint a new vice-president with the approval of both the House and the Senate. ...
How does the President influence the Judicial Branch?
The President nominates people for appointment as Federal Judges. The nominees are approved by the Senate, but the President picks the nominees. Federal Judges are appointed for life but can be impeached ...
Asked in US Presidents
Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of vice president who appoints a new one?
In the event, the president picks a new vice president who then must be approved by both houses of Congress before he can take office. ...
Does the president picks his successor?
false because if the office of the president becomes vacant the vice president becomes president. next in order of succession iis the speaker of the house then president pro tempore of the senate then members of the cabinet starting with the secretary of state. if the president is ill and cannot serve the vice president can become president temporarily. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Vice Presidents
Who takes the vice president's place if he is no longer able to serve?
The President picks somebody, and both houses of Congress approve him/her. ...