False- they are the same with no exceptions. The reason is the the vice-president must be able to assume the office of President at any time.
No, the president is not the Oath Of Office.
the vice president is usually in office as long as the president who chose the vice president stays in office
When the President is kicked out of the office it is called impeachment.
The vice president become the president if the president dies or resigns his office.
The Vice President holds the power to deem the president unable to fulfill his duties and it also up to the VP to decide whether or not the president is well enough to return to office.
If he is expected to recover the Vice President or another official is appointed to assume his duties until he is well enough to resume function; if his ilness prevents him from being able to return to his duties he must either resign or be removed from office, and the Vice president becomes Presidnet.
In the United States, a president is able to have two terms in office. Each term lasts for four years.
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They are not able to run for President, or hold the office of President.
Should the President die in office, or otherwise no longer be able to serve, then the Vice President moves up.
The Twenty‐fifth Amendment establishes procedures by which the vice president becomes "Acting President" in the event of disability and the president may resume the powers of the office on the termination of the disability: by the president's written declaration or the vice president's together with a majority of top executive officials.
The President's office is called the oval office.
President Andrew Johnson was charged with a crime against congress. He was never convicted and was able to remain in office.