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It Sure Looks Different from the Inside Paperback – October 1, 1979
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Nessen's relationship with Donald Rumsfeld has been the source of some controversy. Hartmann has contended that Nessen was a Rumsfeld acolyte while understandably Nessen disagrees. It's a bit difficult to drawn up allegiances in the Ford White House (except perhaps between Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney) since everyone seemed to have some grudge against everyone else. Al Haig, Henry Kissinger and Vice President Nelson Rockefeller were at constant war with other staffers. While Haig was coolly focused on preserving the Nixon legacy and fluffing up his own nest, Kissinger and Rockefeller complained loudly of being besieged on all sides. Nessen provides a very interesting and in-depth account of his perspective on the Ford White House.