(PartiallyPolitics.com) – This week, President Biden revealed that former President Carter, who is currently in hospice care, asked him to deliver his eulogy when he dies.

During a Democratic National Committee fundraiser, Biden said that he had spent a lot of time with Jimmy Carter, the former president, and that time has “finally caught up with him.” He added that so far they have ways to “keep him going for a lot longer” because of this breakthrough. As he then proceeded to note Carter had asked Biden to say his eulogy after he died.

The President then proceeded to stop himself, revealing that this is not information he should be revealing.

President Biden at the time had been speaking in front of around 40 guests during a fundraiser in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., during the three-day trip to California and Nevada. Carter, who served as the 39th U.S. President, is 98 years old and entered home hospice care in Plains, Ga., on Feb. 19. He is currently the longest-living U.S. President. His niece revealed on Feb. 27 that Carters still has “some time in him.”

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated that she did not get to choose whether or not to reveal if President Biden and Carter had spoken or had any communication since the latter entered hospice care. She proceeded to state that the two had first met in 1976 and that their relationship is decades long.

Biden had been the first elected official outside of Georgia to officially endorse Carter in his candidacy in 1976. Similarly, Carter had given his own endorsement to Biden in 2020.

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