By Justin Sink
If Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaMovie trailer gives peek at Obamas' first date The Hill's 12:30 Report Obama to hold final White House seder MORE decided to run, she would have one high-profile backer. Rep. James Clyburn said Tuesday she was "exactly" what Washington needed.
“I’d love to see her get more into politics because it would be a breath of fresh air in D.C.,” the South Carolina Democrat told Newsweek. “She’s honest and straightforward, which is not what you see in Washington much. She is exactly what we need around here.”
The first lady has denied interest in seeking political office. In April, asked if one day she would seek the White House herself, Obama replied, "absolutely not."