natural born citizen of the U.S., at least 35 years old, resident of U.S. for at least 14 years.
Term of office
4 year term with eligibility for re-election.
limits the President to 4 year terms. Vice President who succeeds a president due to death, resignation, or impeachment is eligible to a total of 10 years in office--- 2 years of a Presidents remaining term and 2 elected terms OR more than 2 years of a President's term followed by 1 elected term.
The 1st step in a formal process to remove a specified official from office. 2/3rds majority vote from the Senate is necessary to remove a President from office.
An implied Presidential power that allows the President to refuse to disclose information regarding confidential conversations or national security to COngress or the Judiciary.
U.S. vs. Nixon (1974)
Supreme Court ruled unanimously that there was no overriding executive privilege that sanctioned the presidents refusal to comply with a Court order to produce information for use in the trial of Watergate defendants.