US History - John Tyler

The 10th President of the U.S. was John Tyler after the passing of President William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, his Vice President took the oath. This succession would figure future successions and became scripted in the 25th amendment. Tyler had been a Democratic-Republican before joining Harrison’s campaign. While in office he opposed and vetoed many Whig party proposals, resulting in the resignation of most of his cabinet and him being expelled from his party. He was born on March 29, 1790 on Greenway Plantation, Virginia and died on January 18, 1862.