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After coming off a seventh place finish in the Iowa caucus, Carly Fiorina is furious she was excluded from a debate Saturday night in New Hampshire before next week's primary vote. She told Bret Baier her supporters in those states should be, too.

"It's a rigged game," Fiorina said.

Fiorina noted that she beat John Kasich and Chris Christie in the Iowa vote and tied Jeb Bush in delegate count.

"And yet somehow ABC and the RNC are saying 'Well, that vote doesn't count.' ...

"This is a New Hampshire primary...and somehow the voters of New Hampshire are being told, 'No, you don't get to hear from all eight candidates. We media executives in New York and the RNC in Washington, DC, we're going to decide who you get to hear from.'

"That's an affront to Iowans and New Hampshirites."

Watch the interview above.

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