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Bill Clinton greets Pope Francis, July 2023.Clinton Twitter screenshot

VATICAN CITY (LifeSiteNews) –– In an entirely unannounced visit, Pope Francis hosted former U.S. President Bill Clinton along with George Soros’ son and successor Alexander Soros in a cordial visit at the Vatican. 

Late evening July 5, the Vatican News social media accounts posted a short video clip of Pope Francis receiving former President Clinton and his party at the Casa Santa Martha hotel.

According to a subsequent report by Vatican News – which appears to be the only official information released about the meeting – Clinton and Francis spoke about “peace.”

“At the end of the meeting, Francis looked out for a brief greeting to the security men and other friends accompanying the former president on his trip to Rome and Europe, who had meanwhile been taken on a tour of some of the Vatican sites.”

The 75-year-old Clinton is famous for his adulterous sexual affair with a young White House intern and subsequent impeachment for perjury and obstruction of justice, as well as his adamant support of abortion and same-sex “marriage.”

Greeting the former president warmly, Francis presented him with a statue made at the Vatican which “symbolizes the work for peace,” according to the Pontiff. 

Though unacknowledged in the Vatican’s brief report, accompanying Clinton was 37-year-old Alexander Soros – son and successor to the notorious abortion and population control advocate George Soros.

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Alexander has been accompanying Clinton on recent travels, with the party having come straight from Albania the day before, where Clinton had been awarded the Great Star of Gratitude for Public Achievements.

Alexander was recently announced to have taken over the reigns of his father’s Open Society Foundations group, after he was elected chairman of the $25 billion empire. As LifeSiteNews has reported, Alexander Soros has promised to be more political than his father, a statement which he has appeared to fulfill.

READ: ‘I’m more political’: George Soros’ left-wing son Alex takes over father’s financial empire  

His Instagram account has pictures of him alongside U.S. President Joe Biden, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, among others. Alexander has reportedly visited the White House more than 17 times in the last several years, according to Breitbart.

With Soros widely noted as linked to, and having funded, a wide variety of anti-family, anti-life and anti-Catholic endeavors, Alexander looks set to now continue his father’s works. “We think alike,” Alexander told the Wall Street Journal while speaking about his father’s political views.

George and Alexander Soros in June 2023.

His social media accounts provide evidence of Alexander’s political activism, with regular international travels and meetings with leading politicians documented, along with his support for campaigns such as Black Lives Matter and attempts to have the U.K. rejoin the European Union. 

READ: George Soros is funding the destruction of Catholic Ireland: here’s how 

Speaking to the Journal, Alexander revealed that he would be investing more finances into promoting abortion.

The Soros family campaigns have thus not only caused concern for pro-family and Christian advocates, but have also drawn the ire of Twitter owner and billionaire Elon Musk, who has said that the elder Soros “hates humanity” and “wants to erode the very fabric of civilization.”

READ: Elon Musk blasts Soros and his son: ‘Destroying public safety’ by funding woke DAs ‘needs to stop’

“You assume they are good intentions. They are not. He wants to erode the very fabric of civilization. [George] Soros hates humanity,” wrote Musk in May.

The meeting at the Vatican was not announced to journalists, nor was it included on the Pope’s calendar. Francis’ private and public meetings have ostensibly been cancelled for the month of July as part of the regular summer recess the Vatican traditionally observes, although Francis is known for not observing as much of a break as his predecessors did.