George HW Bush set a presidential record Saturday by simply waking up and going about his day. Per ABC News, Bush Sr. turned 93 and 166 days over the weekend, making him the longest living US president in the country’s history. The previous record holder, Gerald Ford, lived to be 93 and 165 days before his death in 2006.
Time reports that the milestone was first reported on Twitter by a high school student who writes a daily political newsletter. Gabe Fleisher tweeted a list of the longest living presidents, which includes Jimmy Carter, who at 93 and 56 days, isn’t too far behind Bush Sr. (Groping allegations by multiple women have also put Bush 41 back in the headlines in recent weeks.)