Political Scandal Handbook: Leaving Is the Hardest Part

Toronto's crack-smoking Mayor Rob Ford follows in a long tradition of disgraced politicians.
1:24 | 11/06/13

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Today I want to briefly address a private matter you smoke crack cocaine. -- -- I have been unfaithful will. In addition over the past few years I have engaged in several inappropriate conversations conducted over Twitter FaceBook email and occasionally on the phone with women I have met on line. Yes -- have some. I will fight I will fight. I will fight. Until I take my last breath all the things we talked about this morning word truth -- Do wife in my -- know when -- I tried it. Probably when my drunken stupor is off would go. And had these great adventures of Netflix for a fifth of media storm going old actor pre accidentally leave leave. No one's ever had a discussion of what happens the next day. I -- Not resigning but I've disappointed. And failed to live up to the standard I expected of myself kind of lonely right now. And I've done things that keep their regret I want to. Crystal clear how -- the states will never. -- You defended people and apologized let me first of all apologize. I apologize to the public to my family my friends my colleagues and constituents of reporters and staff and -- Public. We must get back to work.

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