Jimmy Carter turns 99, birthday bash held at the Carter Presidential Library
Festivities took place in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Park.
Former Democrat President Jimmy Carter turned 99 on Sunday, making him the longest-living U.S. president in history.
A birthday bash was held for the former president on Saturday at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum.
Festivities also took place in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Park.
"Jimmy Carter’s dedication to public service, unwavering commitment to human rights, and tireless efforts to make the world a better place continue to inspire us all," the park said in a birthday message on Facebook.
President Joe Biden took to X, formerly called Twitter, to wish Carter a happy birthday.
"President Jimmy Carter, you remain the spirit and the heart of the American people," Biden wrote. "It’s a great honor to know you and to have worked with you. Jill and I wish you a happy birthday."