Next week is our presidential election, so I thought it appropriate today to hear from one of our former presidents.
I first met Jimmy Carter in 1987, and interviewed him several times over the years, including this conversation, from 1993.
Mr. Carter had just written a book for young people, about peace, and war. I brought both of my daughters, ages 11 and 13, with me that day to meet our 39th president.
And as you’re about to hear, it’s very apparent why this very good man has been a force for peace for decades.,
So here now, from 1993, Jimmy Carter.
Former president Jimmt Carter turned 96 on October 1st. And despite various health challenges, he remains very active in a number of Pursuits.
Tonight, October 7th, Senator Kamala Harris will meet Vice President Mike Pence in their one and only debate of the 2020 election campaign.
Harris is the first woman of color on a major party presidential ticket, and she is only the third woman ever nominated by a major party for vice president.
The first, in 1984, was Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, who was chosen by Democrat Walter Mondale to be his running mate.
Her one and only debate performance was against then-incumbent Vice President George H.W. Bush.
I met Gerladine Ferraro in 1998. The book she had just written was about the strong women who shaped her life, not least of whom was her own mother.
Sp here now, from 1998, Geraldine Ferraro:
Geraldinme Ferraro died in 2011 at the age of 75.