Who is the president of the U.S. Senate?
- The Vice President of the United States
According to the Constitution, the Vice President of the United States is the President of the Senate but when he is not available that title falls to the President Pro Tempore. Currently, those roles are filled by Joe Biden and Del Marsh, however, all that is subject to change this year with a new president headed our way. Source: Senate.gov
- The President pro tempore
- The Senate Majority Leader
- The President of the United States