Jimmy Carter’s Grandson Provides Anxious Health Update On “Really Sick” Former President

A player on the game show Claim to Fame is discussing former US President Jimmy Carter’s health. Hugo Wentzel, a past participant on the ABC show and the 39th president’s grandson, recently revealed if he has been able to pay Carter a visit since filming concluded.”It’s been harder and harder to see him,” the 24-year-old, whose mother is Amy Carter, told Entertainment Weekly on August 8. “My mother spends a lot of time with him.”

Because of things like COVID rules, she now spends over half of her time caring for him. As a result, it is very family oriented. I haven’t seen him as much recently, but he knows I love him and that we’re there for him through this difficult time.”Wentzel also provided an update on the 98-year-old politician’s condition since The Carter Center designated hospice care for him in February.

“He’s pretty sick,” he told the publication. “He still uses his brain. He enjoys listening to audiobooks. He’s an absolute genius. He’s quite intelligent. I adore him. He’s always wanting to do something with his head, so he’s trying to keep himself active, but he’s becoming worse and older.” Wentzel also spoke about his grandmother, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, 95, who was diagnosed with dementia in March.”

I just want to say that she’s an amazing woman,” he went on to remark. “She’s worked so hard her entire life.” She has made contributions to mental health. I want everyone to understand how vital and beautiful she is as a person and as a grandmother. Yes, she has dementia, and when I see her, she sometimes forgets what’s going on, but when she recalls, she’s amazing.

“I adore her.”Wentzel praised his grandfather for his personal and political achievements on the August 7 episode of Claim to Fame, after revealing his family connection to the Carters. “He’s an amazing grandpa, honestly,” he said to his fellow competitors. “I adore him to pieces. I refer to him as Papa.

He led America and my family admirably. I support all he believes in. He believes in equality for everybody, regardless of race, class, gender, or any other factor. He’s a wonderful person. I hope to be like him someday.”Wentzel also sent Carter a lovely note. “Pappy, I adore you.” You’re incredible, and I’ll do all in my power to keep your legacy alive.”

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