Mayor Rob Ford's week one for the books

Mayor Rob Ford leaves his office after another long day at City Hall on Friday Nov. 15, 2013. (Stan...

Mayor Rob Ford leaves his office after another long day at City Hall on Friday Nov. 15, 2013. (Stan Behal/Toronto Sun)

Don Peat, City Hall Bureau Chief

, Last Updated: 10:53 AM ET

TORONTO - He’s a dead mayor walking.

That’s how Rob Ford looked Friday night as he shuffled out of the mayor’s office he refuses to surrender with the help of his new driver and City Hall security.

Ford didn’t speak to the growing throng of reporters from local and international media outlets as he pushed his way to the parking garage elevator. He also didn’t respond to the shouts from a handful of members of the public who had also waited outside to either shower him with praise or heckle him.

“Nah nah nah nah hey hey goodbye,” one woman sang loudly and repeatedly as she stood on the chair of her motor scooter to try to see the mayor.

But Ford has made it clear, he won’t say goodbye.

In various speeches and apologies he delivered this week, he continued to talk about “moving forward” as mayor.

 


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