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Bill Clinton can not legally serve as Vice-president because he can not again be president, having already served two full terms. If Hillary were elected and died, the legally installed vice-president would succeed her.

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Q: If Hillary Clinton were elected and bill were her vice president and she died during office who would succeed her?
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