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nd by pope Francis United States could prove the perfect contrast today when Mexico senses people they're bringing drugs , they're bringing crime their rightness I'm Jim Oliphant political reporter for writers and I'm standing in front of Saint Patrick's church in , now the first Hispanic pope is coming to the United States at the immigration debate boiled over and that's courtesy of the Republican presidential front runner , Donald Trump , the conservatives were hoping the pope's visit can shift the debate in a more compassionate and inclusive message , and they're hoping frankly that the pope leads that conversation themselves , ntis is expected to touch upon immigration in his address to Congress next week it may seem odd to conservative are looking to the outspoken Francis to help broaden their flocks but political leaders I talked to in Florida home to millions of Hispanic say it makes sense , that despite the pope's little used in some areas the church remains one of the world's great conservative petition and winds up well with their party untraditional issues such as abortion and same sex marriage many white Americans who are Catholic describe themselves as Republicans , and Republicans say they believe the pope's message cannot dimmer Hispanic Catholics to identify with conservatives as well overall Aquino voters now comprise more than ten percent of the American electorate the majority of them Catholics need to spend a conservative that pope Francis's remarks next week China harsh light on trying to hardline rhetoric and that they may propel a more moderate candidate someone like Florida governor Jeb bush for Florida senator Marco Rubio higher in the polls