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Rob Ford's bad day as seen on TV

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford started the day confronting reporters at home, and later told them at City Hall he had no reason to resign.
Updated: Highlights from a shocking day of news about Toronto's mayor 3:22

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford started the day confronting reporters at home, and later told them at City Hall he had no reason to resign. In between, Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair surprised the city by revealing that his force is in possession of a video that allegedly shows the mayor smoking crack cocaine.

Play the video above for key moments of this unusual day, as seen on TV.

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