Toronto Mayor Apologizes for Public Drunkenness

Rob Ford acknowledges need to curb his drinking but remains defiant in the face of crack allegations.
0:59 | 11/04/13

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The mayor of Toronto admits he's been drunk in public but has no intention of resigning as the circus like atmosphere around him grows robbed four. Used his weekly radio address to apologize for his past behavior. I'm the first one to admit. I'm not perfect. I have made mistakes or -- can do right now. Apologize. For the mistakes. I sincerely. Sincerely. Apologize. All the apologize in in the world might not be enough however Canadian police say they've recovered a video showing for smoking crack cocaine. Ford says let the people decide for themselves. Whatever news video shows folks. Trauma and residents -- serve to see it. And people need to judge for themselves. What -- see on this video -- for his drinking in the mayor promised to slow down but has no intention of going on the wagon.

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