The Twenty-Fifth Amendment

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The Twenty-fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution revolves around succession to the Presidency and construct procedures for filling a vacancy in the Vice President’s office, as well as responding to Presidential disabilities. It also supersedes the arguable terminology of Article II, Section 1, Clause 6 of the Constitution, which does not clearly state whether the Vice President becomes the President, or Acting President, if the President dies, resigns, is impeached, or is otherwise unable to honor the powers of the presidency. The Twenty-fifth Amendment is broken down into four sections, all pertaining to the Presidency, and what should happen if anything goes wrong. In regards to the Vice president becoming president, the only

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