He’s 92 years old.
While working on a Habitat for Humanity Home in Winnipeg, Canada earlier Thursday, former President Jimmy Carter collapsed and was taken to the hospital.
A spokesperson for the organization told CBC News that Carter, who is 92 years old, was hospitalized as a precaution.
“He encourages everyone to stay hydrated and keep building,” the spokesperson told the news outlet.
And that’s what they’re saying it is: dehydration.
God love him.
For all the differences I have with the man, he’s 92 years old and still keeping himself involved in his favored community outreach projects.
And unlike his policies, Habitat for Humanity does good work for society, so kudos to Mr. Carter for staying involved.