Schultz Tries to Ignore Obama's Negative Polling

Ed Schultz doesn't think the new numbers on Obama are that big of a deal.

Talking to Rep. George Miller (D-CA) about the budget deal by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA), Schultz shifted gears and asked Miller what he thought about Obama's poll numbers. 

Instead of delving into the details of a recent Quinnipiac poll that addresses people's lack of trust in President Obama, Schultz tried to brush off the negative polling numbers from an NBC/Wall St. Journal poll saying

His numbers are close to an all time low at 43%. What, does this mean anything? I mean, he's not running for re-election, his mission is to make sure that the Affordable Care Act is successful and to get a budget deal and to move the country forward and create jobs. What do you make of his approval rating?

Miller responded that Obama's numbers will "only get better" and said President Obama has had to "fight every inch of the way." Miller said people will soon understand, if Obama is successful in pushing forward his liberal agenda, that "he is on their side."