Good afternoon - the Ford brothers are expected to do their interview shortly. I'll be live-blogging what they say as soon as it happens. And before things start, I'll let you know when they arrive for the segment.
CTV reporter Zuraidah Alman says Rob Ford has left his office at Toronto City Hall
Doug Ford is at the studio already.
Rob Ford's Escalade has arrived @ 299 Queen Street West for the CP24 interview. Should happen in a matter of minutes'
If you had a chance to ask him a question, what would it be?
Meanwhile in Ottawa [via @RobertFife] "Jason Kenney says Rob Ford has brought "dishonor" to Toronto and should "step aside." #cdnpoli #ford"
Asked about allies turning against him, Ford says it was because of personal issues and has nothing to do with politics.
But now says it's a coup, it's illegal what the councillors did.
'I know for a fact that...some of those councillors have drank and bought drugs while in office."
Ford: There's been a few (isolated incidents). But says there have never been incidents of him wasting taxpayer money.
Ford: I admit to that (mistakes), but I'm only human.
LeDrew asking Ford specifically about drugs and alcohol, Ford said he smoked crack cocaine about a year ago, police documents say it was in February. Ford: Just show the video, stop playing games.
When asked about whether he thinks charges for drug use should be laid, Ford going back to his political record.
Ford now comparing his budget to David Miller's staff budget (former mayor of Toronto). Says he's being punished unfairly.
Rob says he accidentally bumped into Coun. McConnell yesterday, but LeDrew asking him about the drunk driving motions.
Rob Ford says Coun. Ainslie was mocking his brother Doug, so he made the drinking and driving motions.
LeDrew now asking Ford about the company he's kept.
Ford: "I take pictures with everybody....maybe I did hang around with the wrong company. I'm a pretty open guy."
Ford calls picture in front of Windsor Dr. home an isolated incident. LeDrew says police called it a crack house. Ford: "It's so overshot"
Now diving into the Lisi friendship, Ford says he can't dive into the Lisi case because it's before the courts.
Ford says he didn't know Lisi two years ago.
Ford wants to move back to his political record, defending his record that he's saved the city $1 billion.