Twitter Roasts Megyn Kelly for Bringing 'Hanoi Jane' Into Her Plastic Surgery War with Jane Fonda
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"She has no business lecturing anyone on what qualifies as offensive," says Kelly.

Megyn Kelly launched an attack on Jane Fonda Monday morning in their ongoing battle over plastic surgery.

After the two had an awkward exchange about what work the "Grace and Frankie" star has had done over the years back in September, Fonda has since dissed Kelly's line of questioning on "Today" and in a new Variety interview. Kelly, apparently, has had enough.

Saying Fonda "appears to be fixated on an exchange I had with her months ago on this show," Kelly went into a 3-minute tirade against the legendary actress earlier today. "When she first complained, publicly, after the program and repeatedly, I chose to say nothing," she continued, "as my general philosophy is what other people think of me is none of my business. However, Fonda was at it again this week. It's time to address the 'poor me' routine."

"For some context, Fonda was on to promote a film about aging. For years, she has spoken openly about her joy in giving a cultural face to older women. The truth is, most older women, look nothing like Fonda, who is now 80," said Kelly. "And if Fonda really wants to have a discussion about older women's cultural face, then her plastic surgery is tough to ignore. Fonda herself knows this and that is why, to her credit, she has discussed her cosmetic surgery pretty much everywhere before coming on our show."

"I was supposed to discern that this subject was off limits. I gave her the chance to empower other women, young and old, on a subject which she purports to know well and she rejected it. It's ok," she added. "I have no regrets about that question. Nor am I in the market for a lesson from Jane Fonda on what is or is not appropriate. After all, this is a woman who's name is synonymous of outrage."

"Look at her treatment of our military during the Vietnam war, many of our veterans still call her 'Hanoi Jane' thanks to her radio broadcasts, which attempted to shame American troops," Kelly went on. "She posed on an anti-aircraft gun used to shoot down our pilots. She called our POW's 'hypocrites and liars' and referred to their torture as understandable. Even she had to apologize years later for that gun picture, but not for the rest of it."

"By the way she still says she's not proud of America. So, the moral indignation is a little much," she said in closing. "She put her plastic surgery out there. She said she wanted to discuss the plight of older women in America. And honestly she has no business lecturing anyone on what qualifies as offensive."

Twitter exploded after her scathing speech, with many accusing Kelly of reverting to "Fox News habits" and being a "Mean Girl" towards Fonda:

The host still had a few people in her corner, however, who applauded her for standing up against the actress: