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In China, the vice presidency is a relatively weak position, and the current holder of the job, Li Yuanchao, has left barely any imprint.
The 25th Amendment has four sections, three of which have to do with presidential succession and the filling of the vice presidency in the event of a death or resignation.
Mnangagwa, a long-time ally turned rival after he was fired from the vice presidency in early November, succeeded Mugabe.
Sounds like a typical route to the vice presidency, to be honest.
The script by Joey Hartstone returns to the assassination at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, over and over, as a motif, while focusing on Johnson’s vice presidency under Kennedy (Jeffrey Donovan, all lockjaw vowel sounds, every second).
Corker was actually one of Trump’s closer allies in the Senate, and reportedly put on short-lists for both the vice presidency and secretary of state.
Backing up, what is the role of the vice presidency?
Pence began his vice presidency with a trip to Australia to promote Trump’s infrastructure plan to foreign investors.
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