Transcript for Pope Francis Arrives Back At The Vatican
Pope Francis back at home this morning after his historic visit to the U.S. He capped it off with a huge mass on the streets of Philadelphia. A stone's throw from the Philadelphia art museum. Made famous, you know where I'm going here, rocky. Look at pope Francis as he drove by those steps Saturday night. Yeah. A little boxing there. Terry Moran flew back to Rome with the pope. He joins us this morning. Good morning, terry. Reporter: Good morning, robin. That was fun, wasn't it? He had fun the whole trip. Clearly enjoying himself. He came back to talk to us on the flight back. He's back in his modest guest house a couple hundred yards over there by St. Peters. He didn't look like a guy who had been through ten days of the grueling schedule. Some of the rest of us might have. He took a moment and took stock of his American journey. With a final wave, Francis said farewell to America after an unforgettable week.est nnaatiol poll showing trump tied for first with another political outsider, Dr. Ben Carson. It Reflects what seen on the roads. Tremendous cwds rowithous enthusiasm. Reporter: Trump releasing his tax plan later this morning. Telling "60 minutes" some low-income earners will be spar ed from paying taxes. A largeme sent of the country will have a zero Tera. A zero Tera. Or EP S Rr: Fteedsomenrind a foes alike betting on He's a mate brander. Reporter: Bill Clinton, a master campaigner, who spoke T trump running for president thinks he has the stuff. Could trump be the I think so. Reporter: Clinton'sem. The prison in north Philadelphia. The ailing children he embraced. All at the core of his central message. We're all together. No one should be excluded or marginalized or thrown away. Reporter: Not everyone was thrilled. He met with some sex abuse victims privately. Others upset that he consoled priests and bishops. I asked him about religious liberty and Kentucky court clerk Kim Davis, who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses. Conscientious objection is a right, a human right, he said. You could see in the crowds how much they're drawn to him and his message. They call it the Francis effect. We'll see how long it lasts. What do you make of all that, terry? He was treated like a rock star. You were with him every step of the way. Reporter: He was. We asked him, what sit like to be a star? And sit good for the church? He said, first, it's a danger. I have to focus on the right things. Stars are beautiful. But they're fleeting in time. Eventually, they fade away. He said my job is to be the servant of the servants of god. That's more beautiful.
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