Michael Moore, the director whose newest anti-Republican documentary tanked on the field workplace, met Pope Francis in St. Peter’s Sq. on the Vatican on Wednesday after touring to Rome to advertise his struggling movie “Fahrenheit 11/9.”
Moore posted photographs of his assembly with Francis on his Twitter.
“At this time I met Pope Francis for the primary time on the weekly common viewers he holds on the Vatican,” Moore tweeted.
Moore briefly mentioned his interplay with the pope.
“We spoke for a variety of minutes. I had a query I needed to ask him and he gave me his reply. I’ll write about this tomorrow,” Moore tweeted. “For tonight, I stay deeply moved and grateful.”
The images present Moore shaking fingers with the pope, each are smiling, as Francis put his hand over their handshake. Moore seems to whisper one thing into Francis’ ear.
Members of the general public and media are additionally seen taking photographs.
Moore is in Italy to advertise “Fahrenheit 11/9,” which delves into the 2016 Presidential election and is sharply important of President Trump. It has grossed $6 million since its launch final month, based on The Day by day Mail.