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Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford Not Planning to Step Down

After admitting to buying and using illegal drugs, Ford wants to remain mayor.
1:30 | 11/13/13

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We head north to canada where the mayor of toronto is back in the spotlight because of his use of crack cocaine. Law maimers want him to go but he's refusing, a kind of battle cry. Here's abc's neal karlinsky. Reporter: The crack smoking loud talking mayor could turn cspan into much watched television. I would like you to rule and apologize. I don't want to apologize! Reporter: After admitting last week that he has smoke crack, mayor rob ford today admitted for the first time to buying drugs, too. Adding to the scandal, this video posted by the toronto star showing an incoherently and angrily rambling. Despite it all, the mayor says he's not going anywhere. I'm most definitely keeping this job. Do you think you have an addiction problem with substance abuse and drugs? Absolutely not. Reporter: Toronto city council has its hands tide. Powerless to kick the mayor out of office, they're trying to encourage him to step away but ford remains defiant and popular, preferring to spend his time autographing bobble head dolls of himself and vowing that no amount of bad behavior will keep him from the mayor's office. Neal karlinsky, abc news, satellite.

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