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nnj news that will bring to it secretly with Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis capping the perfect historic trip last week into a new and polarizing light I think you characterized by papal message of mercy and forgiveness on Wednesday subsumed by the divisive debate over same sex marriage religious correspondent Steve share in Rome meeting with with with around the county clerk and Davis who refused to refused to still think about marriage licenses to , it is an extremely erm er , strong stand and I think that what it doesn't hurt the opposite of what he was trying to do anything , the United States it narrows Kim Davis spent five years in jail after a court found her in contempt for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples even garnered support from conservative and Christian groups opposed to same sex marriage who fear is a hero for standing up for religious beliefs , but for liberals some of whom were inclined toward the pope's message on sheltering immigrant and environmental protection , the meeting with Davis with a shock I was just looking at the reaction on social media and in a lot of people were saying you know I like the people you know until now or are you know we lost me with this or you know I was just starting to get to know him and like him and I think that those were the people he was trying to reach out to a , and this coming out now it I think will will hurt on some of the groundwork what you know will sort of dig up some of those groups that he had just planted that I can acknowledge the meeting Wednesday