Jane Fonda has apologized for her trip to North Vietnam in 1972, calling it a "huge mistake," The Daliy Caller reported. The visit earned her the nickname "Hanoi Jane," and she still regularly draws protestors to her public appearances. She made the comments at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick, Md., on Friday as about 50 veterans of the Vietnam War picketed the center. "Those people out there… I’m a lightning rod,” Fonda told the audience, according to The Frederick News-Post. “This famous person goes and does something that looks like I’m against the troops, which wasn’t true, but it looked that way, and I’m a convenient target. So I understand." She also said her time in North Vietnam as an "incredible experience."