Ben Carson Says He'll Stay in Race No Matter What Happens in New Hampshire

After the debate, Carson says he won't end campaign even if he loses in NH.

"Well, guess what? I'm still here. And I'm not going any place, either."

Before voting began on the night of the Iowa caucuses, Carson's campaign made known that the former neurosurgeon will be returning to his home in Florida to get new clothes.

This led to rumors that Carson would be dropping out, which Carson made clear was not the case.

“Well I’m gonna go on with the campaign no matter what happens on Tuesday," Carson told ABC News contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson on "Strait Talk" moments after the debate.

Carson said he wouldn't end his campaign unless his supporters felt otherwise.

“The breaking point for me will be when the millions of people who are still pushing me forward, who are still donating, if they say we’ve had enough, I’m out of there in two seconds," Carson said.

And how will Carson know his supporters feel that he should end his campaign?

“We have a tremendous social media contact and also with their money," Carson explained.

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