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Which two presidents were impeached by the house what were the outcomes of their trials?

The only two presidents to have been impeached by the House are Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Both of the trials resulted in the president in question remaining in office, although Andrew Johnson remained in office by only one vote.


How many officials have been impeached throughout US Histroy?

As of mid-2009, seventeen US federal office holders have been impeached, including presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. One cabinet member has been impeached, one senator, and one US Supreme Justice. Twelve other federal court justices have been impeached. Note that impeachment does not mean being removed from office. It merely means that Congress brings charges against the office holder. (See link below.)


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.


Who was impeached from presidency?

Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton have been impeached, but neither was removed from office. Both were acquitted at the trial that followed their impeachment. Richard Nixon was about to be impeached when he resigned. No president has ever been removed from office.


How many us . presidents have been removed from office after having been impeached?

No Us President has been removed from office via the impeachment process. There have been two presidents who have been impeached. In 1868, Andrew Johnson was impeached by the House for violating certain statutes related to government processes; in 1998, Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice. However, neither of these presidents was convicted by the Senate, so neither of them was removed from office.

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If an office holder is impeached which house has the sole power to try the case?

The Senate tries federal office holders who have been impeached by the House.


What particular office holders have most often been impeached and removed by congress?

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Which two presidents were impeached by the house what were the outcomes of their trials?

The only two presidents to have been impeached by the House are Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Both of the trials resulted in the president in question remaining in office, although Andrew Johnson remained in office by only one vote.


Who was the only president to be impeached fully?

Only two Presidents have been impeached in US history, but both were acquitted at their Senate trials, so there has never been a "fully impeached" President, assuming you mean one who was removed from office. Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868 for violation of the Tenure of Office Act; Bill Clinton was impeached in 1998 for obstruction of justice.


How many officials have been impeached throughout US Histroy?

As of mid-2009, seventeen US federal office holders have been impeached, including presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. One cabinet member has been impeached, one senator, and one US Supreme Justice. Twelve other federal court justices have been impeached. Note that impeachment does not mean being removed from office. It merely means that Congress brings charges against the office holder. (See link below.)


Who was the only president that went though the impeachment process?

Quoted from Marcia1061 from the same question previously asked on WikiAnswers: "Only two Presidents have been impeached in US history, but both were acquitted at their Senate trials, so there has never been a "fully impeached" President, assuming you mean one who was removed from office. Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868 for violation of the Tenure of Office Act; Bill Clinton was impeached in 1998 for obstruction of justice."


How many presidents have been impeached by the House and convicted by the Senate?

No US presidents have been impeached and convicted and so removed from office.


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.


Has any presidents ever been impeached from office?

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Who was impeached from presidency?

Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton have been impeached, but neither was removed from office. Both were acquitted at the trial that followed their impeachment. Richard Nixon was about to be impeached when he resigned. No president has ever been removed from office.


How many U.S. president have been removed from office after having been impeached?

Zero! The 17th and 41st President's, Andrew Johnson and William (Bill) Clinton, were both impeached by the House of Representatives but later aquitted by the Senate. Richard Nixon resigned the office of the President before he could be impeached.


What two Presidents besides Andrew Johnson were impeached?

Only two US Presidents have been impeached: Andrew Johnson (1868) and Bill Clinton (1998). Both were acquitted at their Senate trials.