Would the vice president become president for the remainder of the term if the current president was impeached?
That is correct. If the president were convicted in an impeachment trial, the Vice President would take the office of Presdident.
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The speaker of the house... so if Barack Obama and Joe Biden die John Boehner becomes President
If the president and vice president of the united states were to resign who would become the president?
If no Vice Presidential appointment has been confirmed by Congressbefore the second individual resigns, the presidency goes to theholder of the office that is highest on the list below who isqualified, willing and able to perform the duties of thepresidency. . The Speaker of the U. S. House of Re…presentatives . The President Pro Tempore of the U. S. Senate . The U. S. Secretary of State . The U. S. Secretary of the Treasury . The U. S. Secretary of Defense . The U. S. Attorney General . The U. S. Secretary of the Interior . The U. S. Secretary of Agriculture . The U. S. Secretary of Commerce . The U. S. Secretary of Labor . The U. S. Secretary of Health and Human Services . The U. S. Secretary of Education . The U. S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development . The U. S. Secretary of Transportation . The U. S. Secretary of Energy . The U. S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs . The U. S. Secretary of Homeland Security ( Full Answer )
Which presidents who were vice presidents did not become president because their president did not complete their term?
John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Richard Nixon andGeorge H. W. Bush were all vice-presidents who were electedPresident after their vp terms ended.
No. See Amendment 12 of the US Constitution last sentence - "But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States.". Since the president has already served two-4 yr terms he/she would be ineligble to be elected Preside…nt again, therefore would also be ineligble to be Vice-President as well. ( Full Answer )
If the president is not present, dies, resigns, impeached, or is otherwise unable to fulfill his or her duties, that would be when the vice president will generally serve as president. if for some major reason the president is unable to carry out his duties like dying for instance
Next in line is the Speaker of the House of Representatives. However, in actual practice if some scandal made both president and Veep want to resign, the Veep would resign first and a new veep would be appointed. Then the president would quit and the new Veep would become president. The only likely …way the House Speaker would become president would be for the President and vice-president to both die suddenly at the same time or nearly the same time. ( Full Answer )
Who is next in line to become president if the current president vice president and the Speaker couldn't serve their full terms?
\n. \nHere's the line:\n. \n1. President (George Bush)\n. \n2. Vice President (Dick Cheney)\n. \n3. Speaker of the House (Nancy Pelosi)\n. \n4. President Pro Tempore of the Senate (Robert Byrd)\n. \n5. Secretary of State (Condoleezza Rice)\n. \n6. Secretary of Treasury (Henry Paulson)\n. \n7…. Secretary of Defense (Robert Gates)\n. \n8. Attorney General (Michael Mukasey)\n. \n9. Secretary of the Interior (Dirk Kempthorne)\n. \n10. Secretary of Agriculture (Ed Schafer), Secretary of Commerce (Carlos Gutierrez), Secretary of Labor (Elaine Chao)\n. \n11. Secretary of Health and Human Service (Michael Leavitt)\n. \n12. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (Alphonso Jackson)\n. \n13. Secretary of Transportation (Mary Peters)\n. \n14. Secretary of Energy (Samuel Bodman)\n. \n15. Secretary of Education (Margaret Spellings)\n. \n16. Secretary of Veterans Affair (James Peake)\n. \n17. Secretary of Homeland Security (Michael Chertoff)\n. \n((Who ever wrote this; Kudos))~ Sultry Droid ( Full Answer )
The vice president becomes the new President if the Presidentvacates his office for any reason, including death, resignation, orforced removal via the impeachment process. Note that the President would remain president after impeachmentuntil and unless the Senate votes to convict. Being impeached i…sroughly equivalent to when a criminal is indicted or charged with acrime. After that a trial is held and unless they are convicted,nothing happens. Both Andrew Johnson and William Jefferson Clintonwere impeached. Neither was convicted by the Senate so they eachremained president. If the Vice President is impeached as well, the Speaker of theHouse becomes President. ( Full Answer )
The U.S. House of Representatives, by a majority vote. The Senate, House of Representatives, and the Supreme Court all play a part in impeachment. The House of Representatives has the sole power of impeachment, the Senate has the power to bring all impeachments to a jury, and the Cheif Justice o…f the SupremeCourt presides over any Impreachment. ( Full Answer )
Yes, provided that he / she becomes President more than two years into the initial term. The twenty second amendment to the US Constitution stipulates that a President is not eligible for re-election if they have served more than six years in office. Gerald Ford, had he been elected in 1976, w…ould have been eligible for re-election in 1980, for instance. No President has served more than two terms since the adoption of the amendment, however. ( Full Answer )
If the Vice President died, the current President would remain inoffice. The president can fill the position with a majority votefrom Congress and the Senate. However, if both the President andVice President died, the Speaker of the House would becomePresident.
Yes. In the event the president can not perform his duties the vice president becomes the President. This event has actually happened nine times so far, eight times because of the death of the President and once because the President resigned his office.
If both the President and the Vice President died (which has never happened), the Speaker of the House would become the President of the United States. For example, if President Obama died, VP Joe Biden would take over as President. If then-President Joe Biden died, the Speaker of the House would… take over as President. ( Full Answer )
If the President dies in office, resigns his post, or is impeached and removed, the Vice President steps up to become President and complete the term.
Yes. Richard Nixon served as Dwight Eisenhower's VP from 1953 to 1961,and was elected as President in 1968 and 1972. Of course he didn'tcomplete 2 full terms as President due to the Watergate scandalwhich forced his resignation in 1974. Also, if George H. W. Bush had won the election of 1992, he, …too,would have served two terms as Vice President and two terms asPresident. ( Full Answer )
When the president dies, becomes ill, resigns, is removed, OR IF THEY ARE ELECTED PRESIDENT in the next election.
If the president was killed and the vice president had no experience at all...who would become president?
Once a person has been elected or appointed to the Vice-Presidency, experience is no longer something to be considered. The person in the Office of Vice President becomes the President of the United States.. Any concern about experience must be dealt with during the Presidential election or during …the advice and consent phase, if a Vice-President is being appointed. ( Full Answer )
The VP becomes president whenever the president dies or resigns. If the president is temporarily unable to discharge his duties, the VP can temporarily be authorized to act as president.
Two ways: the President dies or is incapacitated or the former Vice President runs for President.
a vice president becomes president when the president passes away Example: Vice President President President passes away Vice President becomes President (and it has been done before)
They can not that was one of the problems that people didn't want to elect Hillary Clinton but people later said that she couldn't have even had her husband former president as a vice president
The legislative branch. More specifically, the House of Representatives impeaches (Article I Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution) and the Senate tries, with the Chief Justice presiding in the case of the president (Section 3).
He has nothing to do with the impeachment trials. It is the House and then the Senate with the Chief Justice as the judge.
Yes-- a new VP is selected by the president with the approval of the US Senate.
No, the President does not have the power or authority to impeach the Vice President. The United States Constitution outlines who has the power to impeach the Vice President. Article I, Section 2, of the United States Constitution states, "The House of Representatives shall choose their Speaker an…d other Officers; and shall have the sole Power of Impeachment." Article I, Section 3, of the United States Constitution states, "The Senate shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments. When sitting for that Purpose, they shall be on Oath or Affirmation. When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: And no Person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two thirds of the Members present." ( Full Answer )
The vice president becomes president if the current president dies or resigns. For example, John F. Kennedy was assassinated while Lyndon B. Johnson was vice presidend, so Johnson became president.
If the President had been a VP themself, and then had been sworn in when the President had died. The VP office would then remain vacant until the next election. This changed under Richard Nixon, so that if a VP became President, a new VP would need to be appointed. As a result, when Nixon resigned, …his VP Gerald Ford became President, and Nelson Rockefeller was appointed as Vice President. ( Full Answer )
If the president and vice president were killed in a terrorist attack would become the president of the U.S.?
The Speaker of the House of Representatives is the next in line of succession. .
The Speaker of the House of Representatives is the next in line of succession. .
If The President and Vice President died then the secretary of defense would be next in line but this can overruled by a vote at congress for either the secretary of state or other senior member of the cabinet
If the current president is killed, or impeached and then convicted, or resigns, the vice president will become president.
The President will still be President, if the VP dies, then a new VP will be appointed.
Yes, in the United States, the Vice President is the first in line to become President if the current Priesident dies in office.
Either they get elected to the presidency, after the current president's term in office is up (George H.W. Bush was elected after Ronald Reagan), they take over after the death of the president (Andrew Johnson followed Abraham Lincoln), or in one case took over after the president resigned, (Gerald …Ford followed Richard Nixon). ( Full Answer )
The vice president becomes the president if the president dies or , as has happened once, resigns his office,
Dan Quayle is one example. More prominent or recent examples are Al Gore, Hubert Humprey, John J. Calhoun, Aaron Burr and Dick Cheney
He can be removed by a resolution of the Rajya Sabha passed by an absolute majority and agreed to by the Lok Sabha.
In this case, the new President would nominate someone to be vice president. If both houses of Congress confirm the nomination, he or she becomes the vice president. The new president nominates a new vice president. The nominees is sworn in after a majority confirmation vote in the US Senate. The ne…w President will nominate a new Vice President. When approved by the Senate, the nominee becomes the new VP. ( Full Answer )
NO -- unless he runs for President and is elected, as did John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Martin Van Buren.
The Presidential Line of Succession Act says that it's the Speaker of the House of Representatives, who is currently John Boehner (R). After him is the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, Daniel Inouye (D). After those guys it starts going through the members of the White House Cabinet, starting wi…th the Secretary of State (Hillary Clinton) ( Full Answer )
33 of the 47 US vice-president never became President. See the related questions for more details.
No, when the President is finished serving his term, a new President is elected. The Vice President becomes President if, for some reason, the President cannot continue being President during his term.
No, you do not. You have to be 51 years of age and drink a litre of water a day though.
Yes, if the President resigns or is removed from office, his VP becomes President, and in theory the former President could be appointed VP during the very same term. A former two term president can not accept an offer to become a vice-president.
The Vice-President rarely becomes President, and then it is usually because the previous President died while in office.
Biden would then nominate someone to be vice-president and if he is confirmed by both houses of Congress he would be the vice-president.
If the President can not complete his term, the vice-presidentbecomes President. If the vice-president can not complete his term,the president nominates a new vice-president who must be confirmedby both houses of Congress in order to take office. If two wereboth suddenly killed, the Speaker of the H…ouse would becomePresident. ( Full Answer )
No,unless he is elected to be President. The terms of the vicepresident and the president both expire at the same time. A newelection is held in November of the year before the President'sterm expires in January.
Yes, if he is eligible for another term asPresident. There was talk of running Gerald Ford for vice-presidentafter he was President, but he did refused.
after president is impeached what is the line up to be president? The vice president can be impeached if he did something thatwarranted being impeached. He can't be impeached just because thepresident was impeached.