Doug Ford sat down with Global News’ Jackson Proskow in an interview, where Ford denies the allegations in the Globe and Mail report. Watch the complete interview above.
TORONTO – Toronto Councillor Doug Ford says allegations that he was heavily involved in Etobicoke’s drug trade in the 1980s are untrue in an interview with Global News.
A report published Saturday in the Globe and Mail said a lengthy investigation into the Ford family’s past revealed a history of a family “once deeply immersed in the illegal drug scene.”
In an interview with Global News reporter Jackson Proskow, Ford is asked if the allegations are true, something Ford flatly denies.
“No, I have never been involved in the drug trade,” he says.
“I’m against drugs, I do not condone drugs. I don’t take aspirin. I’ve never touched any drugs. Cocaine, crack, never, ever period.”
Ford admits in the interview that…
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