nearvideo Jimmy Carter says he hopes “there is an age limit” for the presidency, in apparent jab at Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders
Former President Jimmy Carter says he hopes “there is an age limit” for the presidency. The jab could be, addressed to President Trump, Senator Bernie Sanders and Former Vice-President Joe Biden ‘ s age. The three are all good in their 70s.
Former President Jimmy Carter was released from a Georgia hospital Thursday after treatment for a small pelvic fracture.
Carter, 95, suffered a fall in his home in Plains, Ga., Monday and was taken to Phoebe Sumter Medical Center for observation and medical care.
FORMER PRESIDENT JIMMY CARTER IN THE HOSPITAL AFTER THE OTHER FALLS DOWN IN HIS GEORGIAN HOMETOWN
“Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has been released from Phoebe Sumter Medical Center. He was looking forward to the more, to rest in his house in Plains, Georgia, and thanks to all for your good wishes,” Deanna Congileo, director of communications for The Carter Center, said in a statement.
Carter also fell in his home earlier this month to receive what in a black eye and led him 14 stitches on the forehead. The injuries 39th president will keep the support of the non-Profit organization Habitat for Humanity to build a house in Tennessee.
“I had a number 1 priority and that was to Nashville and build houses,” Carter said, a crowd of people, the earlier this month, during his short visit to the hospital. Carter, the following day, took in his 36th building projects with Habitat for Humanity.
Carter also fell in his home in may, after which he a successful hip replacement had.
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In August 2015, Carter announced that the doctors had found melanoma in his brain and in the liver. He underwent radiation therapy, and announced in December of the same year, he was cancer-free.
This year, Carter is the oldest living U.S. President, according to the death of the former President George H. W. Bush in November 2018
Fox News’ Brooke Singman, David Lewkowict, Stephen Sorace, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.