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Certainly not! Only the Congress can do that.

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Q: Can the president remove a congressman from office for high crimes?
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Can we fire the president?

He can be impeached by Congress for "treason, bribery, and other high crimes and misdemeanors." And since we elect our Congressional officials, then technically yes "we" can remove the president from office.


Can the military remove the president from office?

The military does not have the athority to remove the president from office.


What is the point of impeachment?

To get a president out of office that has committed "high crimes and misdemeanors".


Can the president remove members of congress from office for bribery?

No, the president cannot remove members of congress from office for bribery. The process for removing members of congress involves impeachment by the House of Representatives and conviction by the Senate.


Who has the power to impeach remove from office the president?

The Senate in the United States has the power to impeach the president and remove him from office. The president does have to have a trial prior to impeachment.


Who has the power to impeach remove from the office the president?

The Senate in the United States has the power to impeach the president and remove him from office. The president does have to have a trial prior to impeachment.


Who can the president not remove from office?

johnson


Does congress has the power to remove a president from office?

yes


What power was Congress given in the event that a president abused power while in office?

In order to remove presidents that abused their power, Congress was given the power of impeachment. The House of Representatives votes to impeach a president. Once the vote has passed, the president is tried by the Senate. If the president is found guilty by the Senate, he or she is removed from office. Presidents can be impeached for committing treason, high crimes and misdemeanors, or accepting bribes.


What is the only thing the senate can do to a president they impeach?

Remove him/her from office.


What made it so the president could not remove federal officials from office?

Tenure of Office Act


Which law that president had to get permission to remove anyone appointed by a past president?

Treasure of office act