Toronto Mayor Asked To Apologize For Conduct

(Toronto) -- Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is being asked to apologize for threatening a city councilman. The controversial crack-smoking mayor is being peppered with comments and questions from council members today at a contentious meeting ahead of an expected vote about his future. A member of the Toronto City Council has put forward a resolution calling for Ford to apologize for his actions in lying about smoking crack, as well as ask for him to cooperate with police. The resolution also asks that Ford take a leave of absence, an action the mayor says he will fight.

Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is facing tough questions at a city council meeting after his admission to smoking crack cocaine.
Ford is admitting to making mistakes, but says he has work to do and he intends to do it. He insists he's been a good legislator and said he'd put his attendance record in the council against anyone else's. One councilman asked Ford point blank if he had bought illegal drugs within the last two years, and after a long pause, Ford admitted he had. Ford is fighting a resolution that calls for him to take a leave of absence.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was asked by Councilman Michael Thompson if he has made mistakes.
Ford says he knew what he did was wrong.
Thompson asked Ford if he broke the city's Code of Conduct.
Ford questioned Thompson about people reporting alleged crack houses.
Ford says he will fight a resolution seeking to force him to take a leave of absence from his job.