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Disgraced former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick held court on a variety of subjects on Tuesday night, including his political future, as he promoted his new book. Kilpatrick insists that he is no longer a politician.

“I don’t want to be your leader right now,” Kilpatrick said in front of an estimated 1,100 people at the Citadel of Praise church in northwest Detroit. ” I’m not running for nothing but cover. I’m working on Kwame being Kwame.”

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The event, billed as “Real Talk with Kwame Kilpatrick”, was closed to local media cameras and moderated by Rev. Spencer Ellis. Ellis insisted that the interview was not a “pro-Kilpatrick rally”, but as he took the stage at the church, Ellis proclaimed, “he’s still your mayor.”

“My biggest fall (from grace) is what I let happen to my character,” Kilpatrick said. “I thought that ‘Mayor’ was my name.”

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