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The house speaker is next in line if there is no vice president . If the vice president dies a new vice president would be appointed as soon as possible.
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User: who becomes president should the president and vice president die

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Weegy: The house speaker is next in line if there is no vice president . If the vice president dies a new vice president would be appointed as soon as possible.
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