Former US President Jimmy Carter was admitted to an Atlanta hospital on Monday for a procedure to relieve brain pressure from bleeding caused by recent falls, the Carter Center said in a statement.
“The science is clear. These vaccines will protect you and those you love from this dangerous and deadly disease,” said President Bush in one of the PSAs with Obama and Clinton, urging Americans to get vaccinated.
With just seven short days remaining until the last votes of the 2020 election are cast, political veterans from both ends of the ideological spectrum have been chattering away about some strange goings-on in America’s second most populous state.
Joe Biden looks tall enough for distinction, but in the picture he appears like a giant, almost dwarfing the former First Lady. So does Jill Biden, who is holding the hand of a much smaller Jimmy Carter.
Joe Biden was the first US Senator to endorse Jimmy Carter for president in 1976. Now, as his presidency gets under way in earnest, Biden could do worse than emulate his old friend. Not Carter the politician, but Carter the president.
As a candidate for president in 1976, Jimmy Carter called for a government “as honest and decent and fair and competent and truthful and idealistic as are the American people.” The cynics rolled their eyes. They misjudged him. Carter believed sincerely in the potential goodness of both the government and its people, and
After a series of short hospital stays, former US President Jimmy Carter decided on Saturday to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention, Xinhua news agency reported.