ousted as mayor of Toronto after a judge found him guilty of breaching conflict of interest law. He’ll still have his seat for 14 days to allow for a transition period, though it’s unclear what, exactly, will happen next. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite Twitter reactions below.">

Rob Ford ousted: Twitter reacts


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Rob Ford has been ousted as mayor of Toronto after a judge found him guilty of breaching conflict of interest law. He’ll still have his seat for 14 days to allow for a transition period, though it’s unclear what, exactly, will happen next. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite Twitter reactions below.

 

 

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