Former President George H.W. Bush turns 94 today, becoming the first USA former president to reach that age.
It is a "very low-key day with family, which, as you know, is perfection as he sees it", McGrath said.
Bush became the oldest USA president months ago and is the first to celebrate a 94th birthday, said spokesman Jim McGrath. Other living former presidents are Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Donald Trump, all 71, and 56-year-old Barack Obama. Gerald Ford died at the age of 93.
No other US president has reached 94. He might not be the only former president to hit that mark - former President Jimmy Carter turns 94 on October 1.
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The Central Intelligence Agency also marked the birthday by releasing declassified material related to Bush's tenure as director of the agency.
Bush has been hospitalized twice following the passing of his wife, Barbara, in April.
After dessert, the briefs included presentations on Russia, North Korea and "Clansig Operations", an agency acronym for clandestine signals intelligence.