President Gerald Ford and Chief of Staff Donald Rumsfeld (who first voted for the act in 1966, as a challenge to the LBJ in his conducting of the Vietnam War) were generally supportive. But Deputy Chief of Staff, Dick Cheney, and the head of the Justice Departments Office of Legal Counsel, Anton Scalia, among others, began organizing the opposition.
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