Detroiters Split on Kilpatrick's Political Future

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Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick recently apologized in response to allegations that he lied under oath about firing of a top city official and a sexual relationship with his chief of staff, who has since resigned. Detroit radio host Mildred Gaddis and City Councilwoman Sheila Cockrel discuss whether the mayor should resign.



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