A major health announcement just dropped about former President Jimmy Carter. The rumors are confirmed to be true, and the news is spreading nationwide.
After a terrible fall in May, Carter broke his hip and ended up having to receive hip replacement surgery. Only one month later and he’s back to teaching Sunday school in his home state of Georgia. He’s doing very well.
In addition to thanking worshippers at Maranatha Baptist Church for their prayers, he also addressed a recent conversation he had with President Trump.
Carter said that Trump was “very gracious” on the phone call. “The main purpose of his call was to say very frankly to me on a private line that the Chinese were getting way ahead of the United States in many ways,” he said.
While Carter and Trump are world’s apart on most issues, they have forged an understanding about the struggle on trade issues and how America has been losing out due to bad policy over the years.
It is good to hear that Carter — our longest-living president at 94-years-old — is on the mend and has returned to doing what he loves the most: Teaching the Bible.
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