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It is the House of Representative's duty to charge the president with impeachment. It is also the Senate duty too, but mostly the House of Representative's duty ;)

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Q: Who presents charges if president in impeached?
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Who brings the charges if the president was to be impeached?

The U.S. House of Representatives

When is a president considered to be impeached?

when congress decides to bring charges on him for something he did that they thought was unconsitutional

Did Jimmy Carter get impeached?

Jimmy Carter was not impeached (accused of illegal acts) as president. The only presidents who have been impeached were Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Both were acquitted of the charges. Richard Nixon resigned before being impeached.

Which president in 1998 was impeached for perjury?

President Bill Clinton was impeached in 1998, being charged with perjury and obstruction of justice. However, he was acquitted by the U.S. Senate of all charges.

Who was the only US President to be impeached but not removed from office?

Both Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached by the US House of Representatives, but acquitted (found not guilty of the charges) at trial in the Senate. Both were impeached, but neither was removed. President Nixon was on the verge of being impeached, but chose to resign rather than face charges.

Who was the last president to be impeached?

Bill ClintonBill Clinton was the last U.S. President to be impeached. The House impeached him, but the Senate did not remove him from office.

Who is the us impeached vice president who did not resign?

Spiro Agnew is the U.S. vice president who was impeached but did not resign. He served as vice president under President Richard Nixon from 1969 to 1973. Agnew resigned from office in 1973 due to charges of tax evasion and bribery.

Why was president Bill Clinton was impeached?

President Clinton was impeached in 1998 on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice in the investigation into his relationship with Paula Jones, who had filed a civil suit against the President for sexual harassment. He was acquitted at trial in the Senate in February 1999.

What was the outcome of the impeachment efforts?

If a president is impeached, which only the House can do, he must face a trial by the senate. If they convict him of the charges brought forth in the impeachment by a 2/3 vote, he is removed from office. If not, he stays on the job as president.

How can the President get fired?

The President can be impeached. After Abraham Lincoln was assassinated his vice President (Andrew Johnson) was impeached. Also Nixon was impeached

What year was Clinton's impeachment?

He was impeached in 1998

Which president was not impeached?

Only two of 43 president were impeached: Andrew Johnson and William Jefferson Clinton. Richard Nixon resigned while impeachment charges were being prepared against him. In both cases the sitting president was impeached but in neither case did the Senate choose to convict so although both were impeached, neither was removed from office.