Rob Ford: Self-styled straight shooter can't keep stories straight
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's media blitz with reporters from both sides of the border raises more questions about his assertions and seemingly shifting stories, CBC's IoannaRoumeliotis reports.
With every soundbite, the self-professed straight shooter can't seem to keep his own stories straight. His comments in recent days include a laundry list of questionable claims.
To see Roumeliotis's full report, click the above video.
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