What happens if a US president becomes incapacitated?

The United States constitution outlines what should happen if the president becomes ill, dies or is deemed unable to fulfil their duties.

Surprisingly, the 25th amendment, which deals with an incapacitated president, was only added to the constitution in 1967 following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.

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