Michelle Obama Picks Traitor Jane Fonda As A Role Model


Shocker:

 

Poser.

Poser.

 

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?”

Mrs. Obama thought of actresses: Cicely Tyson, and then that “politically savvy, sharp woman” named Jane Fonda, age 76:

“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.”

Politically savvy?

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