Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.
In accordance with Amendment 25 of the United States Constitution, if the vice president dies, resigns or is otherwise removed, the President of the United States nominates his or her replacement. That person assumes the position of vice president after he or she has been confirmed by a majority vote by both houses of Congress.
The vice president serves as president of the senate. There are 100 Senators, and if there is ever a tie in the senate, the vice president gets to cast the winning vote. If the vice president is not available, somebody else will serve, he is called the president pro tempore.
Minutes are taken and later relayed to the Vice President in the form of dance.
he was the president after linclon was shot so he was also linclons vice
If the president cannot perform his duties for any reason the Vice President assumes the Presidency. If the Vice President cannot perform the Speaker of the House assumes the duties of the President
The vice president gets sworn in. Just look up what happened to president Kennedy.
Andrew Johnson was his Vice President and became president when Lincoln was shot.
No Vice-President ever died in a dual. There was the infamous dual of Aaron Burr, then a Vice-President, and Alexander Hamilton in Weehawken, NJ. Secretary Hamilton was killed and Vice-President Burr was wanted for the murder of Alex. Hamilton.
If the president can no longer serve term, and neither the vice president, then the Secretary of State gets in charge. ...Or at least I'm pretty sure.
the Vice President
Because if the President elect is shot or killed before sworn in the vice President will be able to take the place as President.
The president gets paid $400,000 a year ($1,600,000 a term). The vice president gets paid$160,000 a year ($640,000 a term)
when the vice president in the seat of president in the absence of the president, at that time the vice president will become eligible for getting the same salary of president.
The President appoints a new Vice President, who must be approved by Congress.
No, they keep the same vice president. For instance when Abraham Lincoln got shot, Andrew Johnson (the vice president) took his place as president.
The Speaker of the House becomes president if something happened to the president and vice president.
He/She appoints a new vice president, and the U. S. Senate gets a new President Pro Tempore, which by tradition has been the most senior Senator.