Video: Bill Clinton Says Obama's Low Poll Numbers "Don't Mean Much"

| by Michael Allen

Appearing on 'Meet The Press' on Sunday morning with host David Gregory, former President Bill Clinton said that  President Obama’s current low poll numbers are not that important (video below).

Clinton said: “The polls don’t mean much right now. Right now he is running against himself and the American people’s frustrations and disappointments.”

Clinton also disagreed with his friend James Carville on Obama needing to make mass firings: "No, because he’s got a good economic plan. The president never does the country much good by panicking. I know what James meant. James meant we need a political term."

Clinton added: “The truth is what we need is to create a climate where the America people can think instead of voice their frustrations.”