Toronto Mayor Rob Ford poses for a photo with high school students during a break at a meeting of Canadian mayors in Ottawa February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
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Toronto's self-admitted, crack-experimenting mayor Rob Ford hit the late night talk show circuit on Monday, telling ABC's Jimmy Kimmel he "wasn't elected to be perfect" but that his record running Canada's biggest city spoke for itself.Ford, who posted messages and pictures of himself on Twitter as he made his way around Los Angeles in recent days drumming up entertainment production business for Toronto, wore a black suit, black shirt and bright orange tie and pocket square for his appearance.Ford seemed to shrug off, rather than explain, many of the antics Kimmel asked about.When the crack video surfaced last year, Ford initially said he did not smoke the drug, but admitted in November that he had indeed done so.Ford also repeated on Monday's show that he expects to be returned to office in Toronto's municipal election in October.
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