Hawley addresses future of the GOP after Election Day

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Hawley said that the president's 2016 campaign shifted the GOP towards a working-class voter demographic for its base, a change that he indicated would be resisted by some within the party.

"The president really tried to make the Republican Party a working-class party," Hawley said. "The president tried to refocus the party on those Americans: on their concerns, on their needs, on their family's security, on their jobs. And he was right to do so."

"I think we've got a big battle in front of us, whether the president wins or loses tomorrow, we've got a big battle in front of us, Republicans do, to try and make this party truly the party of working-class America," he added.

Watch part of his interview above.