gambling in casablanca. come on. >> joining me is katty kay, jeff greenfield, yamiche and rick santelli. welcome to sunday, it's "meet the press." >> from nbc news in washington, this is "meet the press" with chuck todd. >> good sunday morning. we have our first look at how the public is responding to donald trump as president-elect. our brand-new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows that 50% approve and 41% disapproving and that compares to the president obama's 71-14. those were based on surveys in january of 2009. most americans believe mr. trump will change the way things are done in government. by a two to one margin, they believe he will bring the right kind of change. 28% expect business as usual. on the subject of russia, 31% say president-elect trump has been too friendly with vladimir putin. 24% say, no, he is not, he hasn't been too friendly with putin. but at the same time by a huge margin, 57 to 37%, americans do not believe russian's interference handed him the presidency. mr. obama avoided weighing in on what impact russia's hacking had on the election. he tried to e
, yamiche, katty and jeff greenfield. welcome all. what struck you the most about the podesta interview? >> he sound flustered when you asked him about their decision making within the campaign and wisconsin. of course, russia is important and the fact that hillary clinton the focus on her private e-mails was something that hurt them, how democrats move forward is really going to be -- they will have to look at what they did in the election and who they lost 57and how they lost and wh the turnout was so low. i think those -- that's what struck me most. he had other answers but when it came to his own campaign and how it was run, he wasn't as strong. >> what did you get out of it? >> he did say there's going to have to be an investigation because the donors are saying what did we send our money on? one other thing that i thought was different was from my reporting with senior members of the white house, what they are saying is that after putin was spoken to by obama, the white house says that the leaking -- the hacking stopped but, of course, they already had the e-mails out there. that'
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