No. Here are the two key reasons:
1. He was invalidly elected in 2013 because Benedict XVI did not renounce his office.
2. He is a public manifest formal heretic, so even if the doctrine of universal and peaceful acceptance were true and Jorge Bergoglio, strictly hypothetically speaking, had it, he would still not be pope because the public sin of manifest formal heresy per se separates the heretic from the Church. Jorge Bergoglio’s public manifest formal heresy is post factum evidence of his invalid election because a true pope cannot be a formal heretic.