The Carter Center released an image of former President Jimmy Carter’s in-person meeting with President Joe Biden.
Biden and first lady Jill Biden saw Carter and wife Rosalynn Carter last week during a trip to Georgia, the president’s first stop on his traveling salesman tour of the country to drum up support for his $4 trillion infrastructure and social welfare spending proposals.
“We’re pleased to share this wonderful photo from the @POTUS and @FLOTUS visit to see the Carters in Plains, Ga.! Thank you President and Mrs. Biden!” the Carters’ not-for-profit organization tweeted along with the image of the two couples.
The Carters, both in their 90s and appearing physically frail, did not fly to Washington, D.C., for Biden’s inauguration in January. The other living presidents, but not then-President Donald Trump, attended Biden’s swearing-in ceremony at the U.S. Capitol. But the Carter meeting is the first in-person