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Here is how 25th Amendment works to remove a sitting President from office (Independent)

Here is how 25th Amendment works to remove a sitting President from office (Independent)

Americans have been brushing up on their knowledge of the Constitution lately, according to Google Trends data.

The search term “25th Amendment” spiked in popularity after President Donald Trump took office, particularly after he signed the first controversial temporary travel ban on January 27.

After President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, Congress proposed and the states ratified the 25th Amendment in 1967 to formally outline the transition of power. Before that, the vice president didn’t officially have the power to take over. Read more

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