For those of you who may not be familiar with Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, he's a bishop on the run, in hiding. This short excerpt from a WaPo article will sorta give you the picture:
ROME — In the instant he became one of the most controversial figures in modern Catholic Church history, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò went dark.
The retired Vatican ambassador to Washington wrote a bombshell letter last summer calling on Pope Francis to resign on the grounds that he had tolerated a known sexual abuser. As that letter was published, Viganò turned off his phone, told friends he was disappearing and let the church sort through the fallout.
Nine months later, in his first extended interview since that moment, Viganò refused to disclose his location or say much about his self-imposed exile. But his comments indicate that, even in hiding, he is maintaining his role as the fiercest critic of the Francis era, acting either as an honorable rebel or, as his critics see it, as an ideological warrior attacking a pope he doesn’t like.
So, from an undisclosed location, Viganò addressed this letter to Trump, in which he makes a clear reference to Gregory's attack on Trump:
Archbishop Viganò’s powerful letter to President Trump: Eternal struggle between good and evil playing out right now
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò warns the president that the current crises over the coronavirus pandemic and the George Floyd riots are a part of the eternal spiritual struggle between the forces of good and evil.
Here is the letter:
June 7, 2020