George H.W. Bush Becomes Longest Living U.S. President

George H.W. Bush on Saturday became the longest living American president, at 93 years and 166 days old. The elder Bush surpassed Gerald Ford, who died at 93 years and 165 days. Jimmy Carter is also 93 years old, but is more than 100 days younger than Bush, the 43rd president. In recent weeks, at least seven women have come forward alleging that Bush groped them at different points in his career.