Former President Jimmy Carter back to work after falling at home

Although the 95-year-old received 14 stitches above his eye after the fall, he was seen helping to build houses for Habitat for Humanity.
0:13 | 10/07/19

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And former president Jimmy Carter back at work but not a five year old helping to build houses for habitat for humanity in Nashville today one day after falling at home fourteen stitches above his odd that he was. Back gathered today the dedicated former president.

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