Jimmy Carter turns 96, becoming oldest living former president

President Carter left office in 1981 and has dedicated his time to nonprofit work and teaching Sunday school and he and his wife Rosalynn spent his birthday at home in Plains, Georgia.
0:18 | 10/01/20

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And former president Jimmy Carter turned 96 today the oldest living former president in US history. Spending today with his wife rose limit their home in plains Georgia and late today the images coming in the community turning out. But the drive by birthday parade to Carter's right there. Weeping from their chairs love seeing.

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