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    Fitz John Porter. John Pope found Fitz John Porter to be the ideal scapegoat for the Federal debacle at Second Manassas. Not only had Porter led the failed attack at the Deep Cut, but he was also a fervent supporter of Pope's chief rival, Maj. Gen. George McClellan. Porter was subsequently court-martialed and cashiered from the army in January 1863.

  • Sorry, that's incorrect
    Answer:

    Fitz John Porter. John Pope found Fitz John Porter to be the ideal scapegoat for the Federal debacle at Second Manassas. Not only had Porter led the failed attack at the Deep Cut, but he was also a fervent supporter of Pope's chief rival, Maj. Gen. George McClellan. Porter was subsequently court-martialed and cashiered from the army in January 1863.

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