Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is getting an earful of advice -- much of it about Donald Trump -- during a campaign appearance in South Carolina.
One man in the town hall audience of about 300 people told Bush his presidential "campaign has been co-opted by the P.T. Barnum of our time."
Another man at the same event told Bush, "I'm afraid that your message isn't resonating," suggesting Bush turn the other cheek to Trump's continual taunting.
Bush calls Trump "a bully," and suggests the best approach is to "punch him back in the nose."
The former Florida governor is struggling for a strong finish in Saturday's South Carolina primary. Gov. Nikki Haley is poised to endorse rival Marco Rubio.