Jimmy Carter

“He is looking at his 98th birthday with faith in God’s plan for him," said grandson Jason Carter.
Former President Jimmy Carter, who turns 95 on Oct. 1, says he doesn’t think he could’ve handled the job of president at age 80.
The United States is "at genuine risk of civil conflict," the former president said.
The televangelist announced his departure from the show on the 60th anniversary of the day the Christian Broadcasting Network debuted.
"I think you need to work on your insults," one Twitter user told the Texas Republican.
The former president's eldest son wasn’t happy when Twitter said people were confused by his tweet calling Joe Biden "the next Jimmy Carter."
“What the f**k is going on in this photo?” asked "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah. But there's a reason why the Bidens tower over the Carters in the viral image.
The conspiracy theory-endorsing Colorado Republican tried to dunk on a photo of the Bidens and it did not go well.
Former President Donald Trump and former first lady Melania Trump were noticeably absent from the video.
The former president said that the proposals, backed by state Republicans, "appear to be rooted in partisan interests, not the interests of all Georgia voters.