What Happens if the President is too Sick to Do His Job?

What you need to know about the 25th Amendment, presidential succession, and incapacity

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Even though whoever is serving as President of the United States is the most powerful person in the world during their term in office, and despite having to possess a pathological god-complex to even want that job…

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Jason McBride

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