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PostSubject: US president ended his term "asleep"   Wed Jan 18, 2017 5:14 pm

US president ended his term "asleep"

By Ziad al - Haidari two hours ago



US president ended his term "asleep"

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Term of office is the David Rice Acheson of the shortest periods in presidential history, it has become president of the United States and sentenced to only one day, it is on Sunday, March 4th 1849 only.

The duration of the rule of the president who preceded "James K. Polk", has ended in the second ten days of March 4 afternoon, the day an official holiday, the rejection of the president, "Zachary Taylor," who was to succeed him in the constitutional oath judgment on holiday in order to receive a sentence of it.

Here comes the role of "Acheson" which came to power in this day and because it was a holiday, it has spent his sentence in sleep for long hours and rest inside the palace, even the right to the official head of NATO appointment.

He mentions that he wrote at the tomb of Acheson: David Rice Acheson - President of the United States of America for one day, a pro-slavery, pro-Democratic Party, and supporter of the Confederacy during the Civil War, the city has its own name which Acheson in Kansas.

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PostSubject: Re: US president ended his term "asleep"   Thu Jan 19, 2017 12:21 am

Not sure what the NATO reference is about, but most scholars will refute this. While there was a quirk in the timing because of the holiday, that quirk also applied to congress. Atchison Was indeed speaker protem, and re-appointed to that position for the next congress, but his term also expired on March fourth, so he was not in office then either. Constitutional experts argue there is not requirement for the president elect to take the oath before actually assuming office.

Current practice also totally refutes the claims, as the vice president is sworn in before the president.

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