“There’s Jane Fonda, a beautiful, engaged, politically savvy, sharp woman.”
Michelle Obama was involved in the radical anti-American left and she's also ridiculously shallow so it's not too surprising that she would consider Hanoi Jane a role model.
The first time Michelle Obama was proud of America was when her husband got elected. I'm sure the only way Jane Fonda would have ever been proud of America was if Ted Turner, Tom Hayden or Ho Chi Minh had been elected president.
In their latest interview with Michelle Obama, People magazine asked if there were role models the First Lady looked at to think “When I’m 70 or 80, I want to look and live like her?” [...]
“I just went to see Cicely Tyson on Broadway. She is in her 80s [just turned 80 in December] and did a two-hour play with stamina and passion. I told her ‘I want to be you when I grow up!’” And then she added: “There’s Jane Fonda, a beautiful, engaged, politically savvy, sharp woman.”
That Michelle Obama considers posing with the enemies of the United States "politically savvy" says a lot, but hers is the administration that has always worked to empower America's enemies.