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Rob Ford pushes press off property

Rob Ford stepped out of his home on Thursday to find a swath of reporters on his driveway, and angrily cleared them off to the edge of the driveway.

Mayor emerges from house to find press on driveway, pushes cameras off property

Watch embattled Toronto mayor clash with reporters outside his home 1:24

Rob Ford stepped out of his home on Thursday to find a swath of reporters - including the CBC's - on his driveway, and angrily cleared them off to the edge of the driveway.

"Get off my property!" Ford yelled repeatedly, pushing some cameras directly, including the CBC's. The mayor dropped what appeared to be his dry cleaning in the small tussle.

Media were at Ford's home to get comment on the release of search warrant information around the arrest of Ford's friend and occasional driver Alexander "Sandro" Lisi. The documents name the mayor several times.

The mayor has previously requested media not to stake out his home, saying, "Don’t come to my front door again, I’d appreciate that. I don’t go to your front door, don’t go to my front door."

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