No, if the President is removed, retires or dies the Vice President will become President. If the Vice President can't fill the office for some reason then next in line is the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
You don't need any specific skills to be a vice president. You should have had some history in politics and know the background of past presidents.
There is no succession to the office of Vice President. If the position becomes vacant, as by succession of the VP to the Presidency, or his death or resignation, the 25th Amendment provides that a new Vice President will be nominated by the current President, and confirmed by both houses of Congress.Two Vice Presidents have been chosen under the amendment: Gerald Ford in 1973 and Nelson Rockefeller in 1974.(If some tragic event would kill both the President and Vice President, then the Speaker of the House would become president.)
The House Speaker is third in line for president, just behind the vice-president. If some catastrophic event wiped out the both President and Vice-President in a very short period of time, the Speaker would be sworn in as President. Of course the Speaker of House could later be elected President as was James K. Polk.
There are none. Unlike the US President and members of Congress, who are faced with both age and citizenship requirements, the Constitution is silent about requirements for US Supreme Court justices, including Chief Justice of the United States. The President may select anyone he (or she) believes would be a good candidate for the job, but the nominee would also have to meet with Senate approval. So, while there are no constitutional requirements, there are some unwritten, practical considerations governing who would be selected.For a more information about practical considerations and qualifications, see Related Questions, below.
you have to be an u.s citizen
To be eligible to become a U.S. president, a person has to be at least 35 years old ad has to be a resident of the United States for at least 14 years. Another requirement is that the person must be a natural born citizen.
In general, you become eligible for Medicare at age 65 or, in some cases, if you are "permanently and totally disabled" as defined by Social Security.
Yes it does. John F. Kennedy, like other presidents, was an American citizen, so it was perfectly logical that he could become and did become president. He fulfilled all the requirements to become president. The fact that some of his ancestors came from Ireland doesn't impact that. Most importantly, the people voted for him.
There are some requirements to be eligible to participate in the Answerthon. A main requirement is the minimum age of 13 years old.
In Article II, Section 1, the Constitution defines the formal requirements for the office of President. There are no classes or schooling required to assume the office of President, providing a person meets all the constitutional requirements. However, the voters do expect the person seeking the office of President to have some political background. Many of our presidents have had political experience prior to becoming President of the United States. MrV
what are the requirements for becoming president of the us. 35 years old citizen - born in the us resident for 14 years
yes, that would be legal The office of the U.S. Vice President has no bearing on the term limits of the President that were established in 1952 with the ratification of the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. If someone were to serve five full terms as Vice President, for example, he/she would still be eligible to be elected President twice. The only way that the term limits affect the Vice Presidency is that the Constitution requires that in order to run for Vice President, one must be eligible to be President. Therefore, someone who has been elected President twice could not run for Vice President. (There are some who believe that the presidential eligibility requirements for the vice presidency are only the age, citizenship and residency requirements and that having been elected President twice does not prohibit someone from running for Vice President. The opportunity to settle the debate in the courts has never come up.)
The requirements to become an insurance specialist vary depending on what type of insurance specialist you want to become. Some common requirements include 2 years of experience, experience with medical terminology, professionalism in written and oral communication and knowledge of computers.
The three requirements listed in the Constitution are the following. 1. Must be a natural-born U.S. citizen. 2. Must be at least 35 years of age. 3. Must have lived in the U.S. for no less than 14 years.
To become a zumba instructor all you need to do is take some classes. After you take your classes keep your teaching certificate and you will be eligible to become a zumba instructor.
You can answer the phones for the rest of your life or you could take some managerial courses and become eligible for promotions.