Since Tuesday’s election, many Republicans have called for a frank reassessment of what it means to be a member of the GOP. As one Republican strategist put it, “Our party needs to realize that it’s too old and too white and too male and it needs to figure out how to catch up with the demographics of the country before it’s too late.” Diane and Republican analysts discuss the identity and future of the GOP.

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  • David Winston Republican strategist, president of the Winston Group and CBS News consultant. He has served as an adviser to the House and Senate Republican leadership for more than a decade.
  • Leslie Sanchez Republican-affiliated consultant, founder and CEO of Impacto Group LLC, and author of "Los Republicanos: Why Hispanics and Republicans Need Each Other.”
  • Henry Olsen vice president of the American Enterprise Institute.
  • Matt Kibbe president and CEO of FreedomWorks, and author of "Hostile Takeover: Resisting Centralized Government's Stranglehold on America."

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