Carville on Polls: Obama ‘Doesn’t Really Care’ What the American People Think

‘I think he thinks he’s done and is doing a good job and history will record him, and he’s going about his business’

James Carville: Obama ‘Doesn’t Really Care’ What The American People Think (The Daily Caller)

Former Democratic strategist James Carville sounded a little exasperated Thursday when he admitted President Obama “doesn’t really care” what the American people think about his presidency.

The Fox News contributor sat down with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly and “The Five” host Andrea Tantaros to discuss President Obama’s consistently depressed poll numbers.

Carville noted that the president’s low numbers have been “stable” at about “43.6 [percent approval] — which is not very good, but not collapsing.”

O’Reilly — seeking to cut through the “technical  garbage” — asked Carville whether the public’s perception of a failed presidency was accurate or “fair.”

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