1. Defiant

    Toronto Mayor Won’t Step Down

    TORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 31: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford speaks to the media at the doors of his office on the afternoon that documents of the arrest of his former driver and campaign worker Alessandro Lisi were to be released. October 31, 2013

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    So what if he's smoked crack? Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is “not going anywhere, guaranteed.” Ford reaffirmed his refusal to step down, despite admitting to smoking crack cocaine, after giving a Remembrance Day speech in honor of Canada's veterans. The scandalous mayor was questioned by reporters about a city council motion to enact a law in Ontario that would force him to step down even if he doesn’t willingly agree to take a leave of absence. As of now, Ford can’t legally be removed from office unless convicted of a crime. “Let’s get it on,” he said.

    Read it at The Associated Press