How Is Presidential Disability Determined?


Presidential disability is determined when a condition occurs that makes it impossible for the president to continue his or her duties. In the history of the United States, only about ten presidents have been disabled while they were acting as president. These presidents were sometimes disabled due to attacks that resulted in the death of the president. Other presidents have had health issues that caused them to be unable to communicate effectively including strokes or heart attacks. This is determined by the 25th Amendment to the Constitution and the acting vice president.
Q&A Related to "How Is Presidential Disability Determined?"
The vice president and a majority of the Cabinet.
The presidential succession was long established and had worked in
it's clearly explained in the 25th amendment. but you'll never know because you're too stupid and lazy to read the damn thing.….
1. Check with your insurance carrier. Some employers and private insurers may provide coverage for your disability. Ask the Human Resource department about the types of illnesses
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