Though one man leads the global Catholic Church and the other heads the government of the United States, Pope Francis and President Obama share a desire to decrease the wealth gap and care for the poor.
Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation Evangelii Gaudium criticized the current state of the global economy which perpetuates poverty, and Obama's State of the Union address tonight is expected to focus on the challenges of decreasing income inequality in the United States.
Can you tell which leader made these statements about inequality?
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