Joining Charlie Rose to discuss the current issues facing the Democratic Party, veteran columnist Mike Barnicle says: “I think the larger problem for the Democrats is they basically have to answer a question individually and collectively as a party: `Who are you? What do you represent?’ The Democrats…have to get younger. Their message has to be more encompassing. It’s got to be economic. It’s got to be cultural. It’s got to be social. It’s got to address things like education reform, what robotics are going to do to your job, what artificial intelligence might do to your children’s jobs, what’s going on in your kids’ schools. Do you have daycare, can you afford childcare? A whole range of social issues. They’ve got to be unafraid to wade into that.” Hear more of the conversation here with Charlie Rose, Al Hunt of Bloomberg View and Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress only on PBS.