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In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly said that the Republican presidential race will grow increasingly intense as Tuesday's New Hampshire primary draws nearer.

O'Reilly pointed out that some candidates, such as Donald Trump, have jumped on the Ben Carson-Ted Cruz controversy surrounding the Iowa caucus, while others, such as Marco Rubio, have tried to float above the fray.

He said that unless a criminal investigation is opened, he believes the Carson-Cruz incident will fade away, as the media simply isn't particularly interested in the story.

As for New Hampshire, "The Factor" host pointed out that the new daily tracking poll from WHDH and the University of Massachusetts shows Trump with a sizable lead in The Granite State, followed by Rubio and Cruz.

He said that it would seem that Trump is the likely winner, but anything could still happen in the "brawl in New Hampshire," as many voters are still undecided.

"The next five days will be very intense, because whoever wins New Hampshire will obviously have momentum going into South Carolina, Nevada and then Super Tuesday."

Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.

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