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With the polls in New Hampshire about to close, Bret Baier caught up with Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson at a diner in the Granite State.

"I think we're going to do better than the polls show," said Carson, who's currently polling near the back of the GOP pack at approximately two percent.

He said that no matter what happens tonight, he will remain in the race.

"This is something that needs to be done to save the country," Carson said. "I said in the beginning, I said, 'Lord, if you open the doors, I'll walk through them. And as long as you leave them open, I'll walk through them. If you close them, I'll sit down.'"

"That's still the case."

Watch more above.


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