(CNN) George Soros remains a favorite target of conservative conspiracy theorists, seeing his corrupting influence behind every liberal movement and within every nook and cranny.
As such, it's significant to hear directly from the 90-year-old billionaire, who speaks frankly about his life, career and activism in the new documentary "Soros."
In an earlier news clip, Soros discusses his embrace of the freedom that the US offered, before adding, "To be frank, I came to America to make money."
Soros earned a lot of it, but it's what he chose to do with his wealth that has led to his vilification by the likes of Bill O'Reilly, Alex Jones and Steve Bannon, all shown citing Soros as a shadowy puppet master.
Specifically, Soros has used his billions to support causes in which he believes -- initially working against Communism behind the scenes -- calling himself "a political philanthropist" and adding, "I'm happy that I irritate some people."
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