Americans Celebrate Former President Jimmy Carter's 99th Birthday
Meanwhile, the former world leader is in hospice care
This weekend, Americans celebrated the 99th birthday of former President Jimmy Carter, with the White House putting up a wooden cake display on its north lawn and the Carter library in Georgia hosting a party for the public.
Carter, a Democrat who served as U.S. president from January 1977 to January 1981, is in hospice care after deciding in February to decline additional medical intervention. He turns 99 on Sunday.
In Atlanta, the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum hosted a celebration that it said would feature cake, games, trivia and a food truck. The party was moved up to Saturday ahead of a possible government shutdown that could start around midnight on Sunday.
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