People want change, and if Donald Trump sticks to his message in the final days of the campaign, he could still pull out a victory, former GOP candidate Steve Forbes said Thursday.
"If Trump hits those pro-growth issues … cutting taxes, reforming health care, having more firm foreign policy, rebuilding our defenses, he could still pull it out," Forbes told CNBC's "Squawk Box". "People are looking for a reason to say, 'I could take a chance on this guy.'"
Michael Feldman, a Democratic strategist, agreed that this is a "change election cycle," but said Hillary Clinton's campaign is making it increasingly difficult to see a path to success for Trump.
"Here's the problem: From the very beginning, it has been about what version of change do you find acceptable or not," Feldman said. "And Secretary Clinton and her campaign have done a very good job of making Donald Trump an unacceptable version of change. And, by the way, no one has helped her more than Donald Trump."