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Rob Ford shouldn't be counted out, analyst says

Rob Ford, shunned by his city council colleagues amid new allegations, could still mount a strong comeback with voters as he continues to hold onto his position as mayor of Toronto.

Embattled Toronto mayor could bounce back

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford could bounce back from damning allegations come the next election, a political strategist says 2:46

Rob Ford, shunned by his city council colleagues amid new allegations, could still mount a strong comeback with voters as he continues to hold onto his position as mayor of Toronto.

"It would be dangerous to count Rob Ford out because he's been counted out his whole political career," communications consultant Chris Eby told CBC's Steven D'Souza. Eby noted that Ford has proven himself to be a resilient politician, though his poll numbers are slipping slightly.

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