Who was the us president in may 1958?
Dwight Eisenhower was the US President all of 1958.
Yes, provided you have lived in the US for fourteen years.
No US President was born on May 2nd.
Dwight Eisenhower was the President on January 31, 1958 when the first US earth satellite, Explorer I, went into orbit.
Richard Nixon was the vice-president from January 20, 1953 until Jan. 20, 1961.
Actually, the US did not launch the first space satellite. The former USSR did, in 1957, launching Sputnik-I. The US followed in 1958 with Explorer 1, formally, Satellite 1958 Alpha. Dwight D. Eisenhower was president at that time.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the NASA Act in July of 1958. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was founded and began their operations on October 1st, 1958.
There is no law against an atheist being president.
Future president Richard Nixon was vice president in 1958, serving under the Dwight Eisenhower Administration.
May 18th, 1958 fell on a Sunday.
Mother's Day in 1958 was on Sunday, May 11. For a calendar from 1958, see the Related Link so you can be more sure by yourself.
He/She may do so only if he/she is still qualified to be President.
No US president was born on May 1.
no, the president is no ones boss but his own the vice president may resign or be impeached however
The US at one time may only have one president. The total number of presidents that the US has had if you count the current one is 44.
Andrew Jackson was one president who had TB - there may have been others.
As of May 2014, the Vice President is Joe Biden.
President William McKinley, 25th president
No, they may not.
On May 31, 1958, Dick Dale invented surf music with "Let's Go Trippin". On this day, the US government performed atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island.
A US President may serve only two concurrent elective terms.
I may not understand your question, but when Carter was president he worked for the US government and received a salary for his work from the US treasury.
President Obama nominated US Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the US Supreme Court. As of May 12, 2010, the Senate confirmation process has not yet begun.
Who a president may or may not appoint is set out in the legislations of the country concerned. Added: (in the US) The President has the power to name any number of appointments, some must pass congreessional review and others may not have to.
It was dedicated on 30 May 1962. Although it was dedicated on May 30, 1962, it was built in 1961 after President Eisenhower approved the creation in 1958.
Dwight Eisenhower was President from 1956 to 1958. He served from Jan. 20, 1953 until Jan. 20, 1961.
It was a Tuesday.
5 May 1958 was a Monday.
May 10 1958 was on a Saturday.
20 May 1958 was a Tuesday.
31 May 1958 was a Saturday.
May 22nd 1958 was a Thursday.
May 19 1958 was a Monday.
May 8, 1958 fell on a Saturday.
May 25th, 1958 fell on a Sunday.
The US vice president is the presiding officer the US Senate and can vote in the case of a tie vote. He has to be ready to take over as president if needed. He may also take on special assignments that the President may give him, such as going to state funerals or visiting disaster areas or foreign countries as a representative of the President. .
After being elected US President twice, a person may not run for Vice President, because in order to qualify for the vice presidency one must be eligible for the presidency. When a person is elected Vice President then less than two years after inauguration he/she becomes President, he/she may be elected President once after that. When a person is elected Vice President then between two and four years after inauguration he/she becomes President, he/she may… Read More
Any naturally born US citizen who has lived in the US for at least fourteen years and is age 35 or older may run for President.
Which president is credited with saying I may be President of the US but my private life is nobody's damned business?
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A person can be elected president at most two times.
At present (May 2012), the US Vice President is Joe Biden.
The justices on the US Supreme Court do not even always agree with themselves on issues regarding the US Constitution. Even justices recommended by the US President and approved by the US Senate may have disagreements with the president who nominated them.