Is Speaker of House Secret Service Protection same as President's or Vice President's?
The Vice President's role in the US Senate is to be the offical tie breaker if a tie on the floor shall occur. He is also referred to as the President of the Senate. Al Gore was the last vice president to break a tie on the Senate floor.(S.Menzel) . luke dylan mayes
This is the only mention of a duty for the Vice Presient in the Constitution: "The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided."
\n. \n Secret Service \n. \nThose codenames were used during the Johnson administration. Their names were as follows,\n. \n . Lyndon Johnson, Volunteer\n . Lady Bird Johnson, Victoria\n . Lynda Bird Johnson, Velvet\n . Luci Baines Johnson, Venus\n . \nAll members of a particular family …were given names with the same first letter (MORE)
The same as the President's. If the current President dies, the Vice President completes his term as the President. A Vice President-elect normally assumes office shortly before the new President (noon on January 20 following the election). Under the 25th Amendment, a new vice president is nominate…d and confirmed whenever the office is vacant, assuming that it is not a very short period before a new President and Vice President are to be inaugurated. (MORE)
The vice-president has two responsibilities. 1) The vice-president shall replace the president in cases where he is not able to execute the duties of the office due to illness, resignation or death. 2) He shall vote to break any ties in the Senate. Since its conception, the role of casting a tie…-breaking vote in the Senate has been exercised 242 times. His title shall be President of the Senate, a hollow title because he has no duties except for the two stated above. Traditionally the vice president is not present while the senate is meeting. He may be assigned additional duties by the president but, as the Constitution assigns no executive powers to the vice president, in performing such duties he acts only as an agent of the president. (MORE)
Yes, i read the whole book. Understand Young George Bush has finished the first 3 chapters.. Its a long story to share here. Call me and I will go into more detail.. Jimmy Carter. -------------------------------------------------. Ok...I hate when people are rude like this. But anyways...let me …give you a real answer. There is no "official" Book of Secrets, but in order to be secret of course there couldn't be.. However, it is tradition for when a new president is inaugurated, and before the former president leaves, the former president is supposed to write the old president a letter. The tradition has been accomplished with every single president, and is basically supposed to allow former presidents to help prepare the new presidents for what they are about to endure. The letters are also said to include "anything the new president needs to know". Which could be secrets, and other classified information along those lines. It is not known whether those letters have been compiled into a book form or whether the new president keeps it for himself, but there at least is something along the lines of what was described in the movie. I hope this was helpful for you, at least more so then Jimmy Carter's here, lol. Yes, but it is not Known by the Public. the Book is real but is Kept in a Hidden Location which I'm PRETTY Sure you can figure out by watching National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (MORE)
The main duty or job for the president of the United States is to be President of the senate. His main reason for office is to take over as president if the presidency becomes vacant.
it is a book that has all the secrest jfk assassintion 9/11 every conspiracy it has the answer
One responsibility the Vice President has is casting tie breakingvotes in the Senate. The Vice President is also responsible for thenation if something happens to the President.
\nThe Vice President's Residence was built as the home of the Superintendent of the Naval Observatory in 1893. The house became the home of the chief of naval operations in 1923. Congress turned the home into the Vice President's Residence in 1974.\n. \na white, brick-walled, Victorian-style home w…ith 9,150 square feet of floor space, is located on the corner of 34th Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Washington, D.C. It's on the grounds of the United States Naval Observatory and was originally built for the superintendent of the observatory in 1839.\n. \nThe house became the official residence of the Chief of the Naval Observatory in 1928 (for this reason, it's still referred to as the "Admiral's House"). In 1974, Congress designated the house the official temporary residence for vice presidents. Before the decree, the vice president lived in temporary houses and hotels. (MORE)
The president's book exists, it has been passed on from president to president for centuries to come. The book is being kept in a secret compartment which only the president knows, after the new president is chosen, there are to be a special meeting between the president in charge and the president …which just stepped down. They will transfer the books, and of course, the new president will choose a new hiding place for it. There were rumors of if the book exists from The National Treasure Book of Secrets, the book from the movie is fake, and no way to be true. The page numbers which contains of the JFK assassination and Area 51 is entirely not true, it contain the nation's secrets, and for the president's eyes only. The book had been burned in 1831, and had been lost during John F. Kennedy's turn of president. The other information of the book are still to be identified. One other thing to think about is that there is a private study off the oval office that only the President can use, I'm sure they keep things like that in there. No place more secure than that. (MORE)
Yes. Under the direction of the Secretary of Homeland Security the Secret Service protects ALL members of the line of presidential succession.
to replace the president if he or she should die and to presideover the senate.
I don't now, nor does the official WH site provide any answers. Can someone help me out here? . Thank you, email@example.com
A Vice president's term is four years for one term. Like the President, They can have up to two terms in office.
The answer depends on whether you are referring to Andrew Johnson or Lyndon Johnson. The 17th President of the United States was Andrew Johnson - who assumed the presidency upon the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. He served out the rest of his term without a vice president. The 36th Presiden…t of the United States was Lyndon B. Johnson from November 22, 1963 to January 20, 1969. President Johnson did not have a vice President from 1963 - 1965. After he was elected president in 1964, Lyndon Johnson's Vice President was Hubert Humphrey from 1965-1969. Note that until the passage of the 25th amendment to the US Constitution, presidents who took office when the president died served the rest of the unexpired term of the deceased president without a vice-president. (MORE)
Ronald Reagon Rawhide was the 'not so secret' code name for Ronald Ragan.. Here is a list; including the current presidents code name, which you might find useful:. Renegade: Barack Obama, President-elect . Renaissance: Michelle Obama, president-elect's wife . Radiance: Malia Obama, president-el…ect's daughter . Rosebud: Sasha Obama, president-elect's daughter . Trailblazer: George W Bush, President . Tempo: Laura Bush, First Lady . Rawhide: Ronald Reagan, ex-President . Smurfette: Kareena Gore, ex-vice-president's daughter (MORE)
The first VP (John Adams) had a variety of residences. There was no official place for him (or George Washington, for that matter) so he rented a variety of places during his 8-year term. When his wife Abigail was present, they rented homes; when alone, he often lived in rented rooms. For details, r…efer to David McCullough's awesome "John Adams.." When he became President, he was finally able to move into the White House for the last four months of h8s term. (MORE)
Answer 1: In the movie "National Treasure: Book of Secrets", the referred to page 47, but never said what was on it. They may reveal that in a future sequel. A person close to the movie, Jon Turteltaub, joked, "I'll tell you, what is on page 47 is I think the single greatest secret in America tod…ayâ¦ which isâ¦ the plot of Star Trek!" Answer 2: . That's a pretty boring section, really. Just some details on dress and appearance protocols for when re-negotiating with the Xindol for more of their advanced flight technology, thanking them for the cancer cure they gave us or begging them for their star drive secrets. As decided in the fifties at the signing of the Roswell Convention, the negotiators for humanity must be dressed in the same style suits as were worn by J. Edgar Hoover's FBI agents back then. You see, the Xindol have trouble telling alien races apart, and as that's what they first saw us wearing, to see us in anything else makes them think that we aren't really human. So every President since has had to have such an outfit for when he meets with them. Page 47 specifically goes over the shade of black for the suit and pants, the amount of starch for the shirt, and how to tie the tie knot in the modified Windsor that was really just a result of Hoover's men not knowing how to tie it right. It is rumored that Nixon tied his tie correctly once, and that this is why we've not been allowed back to the moon since. Style of shoes, type of polish, and how to tie the laces, as well as the color and texture of the socks, are on page 48.. (MORE)
President Clinton is the last president to have lifetime protectionfrom the secret service. Every president after him will only havesecret service protection to 10 years. In 2013, President Obama signed legislation restoring LifetimeSecret Service protection to former Presidents.
she lives in a sandwhich... na.. she in new delhi and lives in a white house
The seven U.S. Vice Presidents who died in office served under thefollowing Presidents: . James Madison (2) . Franklin Pierce . Ulysses S. Grant . Grover Cleveland . William McKinley . William Howard Taft No U.S. Vice President has died in office during the past 100years.
The official residence of the Vice President of the US is called "Number One Observatory Circle" and is located on the grounds of the US Naval Observatory, located on Massachusetts Ave NW, in Washington DC. The house was originally the home of the observatory superintendent, and from 1923 to 1974… was the official residence of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) of the US Navy. (MORE)
The White House is located in Washington, District of Columbia. This is a special administrative territory, and it not part of any state. Washington DC is located between the states of Virginia and Maryland.
The vice president would become the president if the president wereto die, be removed from office, or resign. The vice president isalso president of the US Senate.
This is because the main role of the vice-president is to be able to take over as President if necessary. A person not qualified to be President would not be able to become president and so could not fill this role.
YES. " The Cabinet includes the Vice President and theheads of 15 executive departments - the Secretaries of Agriculture,Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services,Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Labor,State, Transportation, Treasury, and Veterans A…ffairs, as well asthe Attorney General." (MORE)
Herbert Clark Hoover was the 31st president of the United States. His vice president was Charles Curtis.
The vice president's most important role is to be ready at alltimes to assume the presidency if the president, for variousreasons, can no longer perform those duties.
Adlai Stevenson and James S. Sherman had last names starting with 'S'. Schuyler Colfax, Jr. had first initial 'S".
The President's house has natural stone walls that are off-white in color and that is the way it was until it was gutted by a fire set by British troops in 1814. The fire blackened the stone walls, so when it restored, they painted the walls white. The painted walls were noticeably whiter than the… natural stone had been , so people began calling it the White House. (MORE)
Well really and truely the very first presidents house wasn't the white house, I know this may sound crazy but the white house was in the process of being made so he never lived in there to be honest with you.
The vice president becomes president if the president is incapacitated, so he needs to have all the qualifications of a president, just in case.
It depends on the legislation of the country in question. In the United States their term of office is four years.
Yes, the Speaker of the House is usually given the Secret ServiceProtection. This is because this is one of the senior mostpositions in the government of the US.
No. The salary of the vice president is set by the 1989 Government Salary Reform Act. The President may not unilaterally change it, though he could theoretically lobby for Congress to amend that act.
The American flag flies for thirty days after the death of a president or former president. It flies for ten days after the death of a current vice president and from the date of death until interrment for a former vice president.
Certainly not as a rule- the VP has his own house where he can keep any pets he brings to Washington.
The Vice President is the President of the Senate, although he is allowed to vote only in the case of a tie vote.
His name is Joe Biden. His wife's maiden name was Jill Tracy Jacobs. Joe Biden's first wife was killed in a car accident.
The Vice President of the US is The President of the Senate. He votes only to break a tie.
It is incredibly hard to make sure that public transportation is secure, especially if the President decides that he wants to do use the subway or some other type of public transportation on short notice. The job of the secret service detail assigned to the President is to insure that he remains saf…e so the use of unsecured transportation lessens their ability to to do their job effectively. (MORE)
Certainly. The White House is the president's home and he can share it with anybody he likes, including his mother and grown children and their families. It is also large enough to accommodate a large group.
"To qualify for the vice president of a company, one has to have good overall knowledge of what goes on in the company. The vice president has to act in the president's absence on occasion."
There is no official title for the wife of the Vice President, but she is sometimes known as the "Second Lady." The current Vice President's wife is Jill Biden.
From a technical, legal standpoint, no . The Vice President is not a member of the Cabinet. However, most Cabinet meetings are attended by the V.P. if available, and the V.P. will stand-in for the President in any Cabinet meeting where the President is unavailable.
The only information I could find on this was a little ambiguous. It's for life, but it's not clear if that means the president's life or the president's spouse's life. (Another section implied that secret service protection for the wife might terminate a year after the former president's death.)
The Vice Presidensts residence is on the grounds of the United States Naval Observatory at Number One Observatory Circle in northwestern Washington, D.C
Ireland does not have a vice president. No such office exists.Ireland just has a president. If a president dies or resigns a newpresident is chosen.
Millard Fillmore was the 13th President. He had been the vice-president until he became President upon the death of President Zachary Taylor. He did not have a vice-president , since in those days a vacancy in the vice-presidency was left open until the next presidential election.