Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized for low blood pressure and fatigue.
On Sunday, Bush's spokesman, Jim McGrath, tweeted about the 93-year-old former president's health. He wrote, "President @GeorgeHWBush was taken to Southern Maine Health Care (@SMHCHealth) today after experiencing low blood pressure and fatigue. He will likely remain there for a few days for observation. The former president is awake and alert, and not in any discomfort."
The 41st president spends his summer months in the state of Maine and arrived to the state on May 20th, reports CNN. He was seen out and about on Saturday when he attended a pancake breakfast with veterans in Kennebunkport, Maine at American Legion Post 159. He was with the retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft, who served as a national security adviser under Bush. He posted several of himself smiling wide and surrounded by veterans on Twitter.
The day after Barbara Bush's funeral last month, Bush was admitted to a hospital in Houston due to an infection that spread to his blood. He was released from the hospital on May 4.
Bush will turn 94 on June 12. He is currently the oldest living former United States president, just months ahead of Jimmy Carter, who will turn 94 on October 1.