Professor Robert Reich, who served as Labor Secretary under Democratic President Bill Clinton between 1993 and 1997, made the comments on Twitter.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said the former presidents could be next in line for impeachment "because that's what we do in Januaries."
Getting all 50 states to recognize the iconic civil rights leader's birthday with a paid holiday involved a long, political fight.
Ahead of a proposed withdrawal U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan by mid-January, national security adviser Robert O'Brien says president wanted "to put a stop to America's endless wars."
The Washington Nationals have asked president-elect Joe Biden to throw the first pitch in 2021 — a tradition upheld for a century before Donald Trump ended it. From Bush's post-9/11 World Series pitch to Jimmy Carter's dazzling strike, here are the presidential first pitches.
Trump has a lower average approval rating than his immediate predecessors, George W. Bush and Barack Obama, after their first terms.
Souza's photograph of the two Bushes with Clinton, Carter, and Obama was trending today, largely by people missing a more courteous political climate.
Jimmy Carter's supporters can send him a birthday message, with a photo or video, via the Carter Center.
If Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the Notorious RBG, Jimmy Carter was a masterful MC, nominating her—and a number of other pathbreaking women to the Second, Third, Fifth, Tenth, Eleventh, and D.C. Circuit Courts of Appeal.
Former President Barack Obama's disapproval rating was 11 percentage points lower, at just 44 percent, ahead of his 2012 reelection.
In an election like this one, the only bar a challenger needs to clear is "acceptable".
A traditionally Red state, if Democrats flip Texas, Republicans could face a significant challenge winning the presidency.
Former president Jimmy Carter is the latest to join Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama in support of the protests that have erupted across the nation. "We have seen that silence can be as deadly as violence," Carter said Wednesday.
Former President Jimmy Carter said it was time for people to "stand up and say 'no more' to a racially discriminatory police and justice system" in a Wednesday statement.
"WHO is the only international organization capable of leading the effort to control this virus," Carter said.
Former President Jimmy Carter said he had "every confidence" that the U.S. would defeat the "invisible enemy" of COVID-19.
The four former presidents need to claim the moral high ground their successor has forfeited, and bring together a citizens' assembly of Americans—a National Summit on Hate and Democracy.
Carter, the 39th president who just turned 95, said he is "absolutely and completely at ease" with his death.
Jimmy Carter served as the 39th president of the U.S. from 1977 to 1981 as a member of the Democratic Party.
Trump's response came the day after Carter said he would not have won the election had Russia not interefered in it.
Former President Jimmy Carter said Trump was worried that "China is getting ahead of us," and he suggested the president was right to be concerned.
Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have all distanced themselves from Trump's border wall claims.
Carter asked Brian Kemp to step down from his role overseeing an election in which he is a candidate.
Brian Kemp has denied the allegations of voter suppression as he runs to become governor of Georgia.
Trump specifically noted the cultural contributions of such musical heavyweights as Etta James, Whitney Houston, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Nat King Cole.
"I think it would be a worthy and a momentous accomplishment that no previous president has been able to realize," Carter said.
He also took a lighthearted swipe at President Donald Trump, who gave the commencement address at Liberty University last year.