He now relies on a motorized scooter to get around.
Former President George H.W. Bush became the longest-living president in USA history today at 93 years and 166 days old, Washington Examiner website reported Saturday.
Bush, who was born on June 12, 1924, reached the age of 93 years and 166 days, meaning that he has now lived longer than the previous record holder, former President Gerald R. Ford, who died in December 2006 at the age of 93 years and 165 days, the Washington Times reported.
Une bus s'embrase, trois jeunes grièvement brûlés — Nord
Selon La Voix du Nord qui a révélé l'information, la piste d'un jeu qui aurait mal tourné est étudiée par les enquêteurs. Un bus Transpole qui circulait entre Le Bizet et Lomme, dans le Nord, a pris feu soudainement vendredi soir.
Bush has had several health complications in recent years, requiring hospitalizations in Houston and in Maine.
The former president appeared in October with the other living U.S. Presidents for a concert benefiting those affected by the natural disasters like Hurricane Irma in Texas and Florida and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Former President Ronald Reagan, whom Bush served as vice president under for two terms, was third. Reagan died in 2004. Bill Clinton is 66 days younger than Trump.
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