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This page lists Vice Presidents of the United States in chronological order. This timeline is based upon observations of the Doctor Who universe and the events that occur during each of these stories.

Years given for their presidency are the ones confirmed by DWU stories.


"He was Harry S. Truman, President of the United States. Truman had been a small-time politician, a state senator, and an unexpected choice for Roosevelt’s Vice-President." (PROSE: Endgame)
ANDREWS: We’ve just had confirmation. President Kennedy was pronounced dead at the Parkland Hospital five minutes ago.
PATERSON: Then heaven help us all. What about the Vice President?
ANDREWS: Special agents are moving him to Air Force One right now. (AUDIO: 1963: The Space Race)
"There was no trial, and when new President Lyndon Johnson set up a tribunal to investigate the matter, the Warren Commission decided that Oswald had acted alone." (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)
'Delay what?' Vice-President Jack Michaels asked. ... His relative youth and renowned sense of humour coupled with his increasing reputation for common sense and fair play had lent a credibility and humanity to Dering's presidential campaign which had arguably secured his victory the previous year. (PROSE: Option Lock)
‘I know what the IFEC is. I was Vice President when the IFEC Accord was signed.’ (PROSE: Trading Futures)
REPORTER: At four pm, the Vice President will introduce the President who will speak live from the Oval Office via satellite. (TV: The Categories of Life)
‘The President’s security would be at risk,’ the bodyguard objected.
‘That’s why you have a Vice President,’ Cosgrove murmured. ‘I’m sure Ben Russ is champing at the bit.’ (PROSE: Trading Futures)
"Ted O’Brien has been a senator for forty years. Ken Gribbin has been Vice-President for eight." (PROSE: Head of State)
"He sat through the Vice-Presidential oath of office, which Denison took with a smirk on her face, through the execrable performance by the Marine Band, until noon when Nelson took the Presidential oath." (PROSE: Head of State)