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Appearing on April 20, 1975, a profile of our 38th president, Gerald R. Ford, gave the minutes of a day the reporter John Hersey spent with him. Characters included Donald Rumsfeld, then Mr. Ford’s chief of staff and eventually his defense secretary, and in the morning, advisers coordinated a briefing of the press, taking pains to appear transparent and honest. Photo: George Tames/The New York Times
Appearing on April 20, 1975, a profile of our 38th president, Gerald R. Ford, gave the minutes of a day the reporter John Hersey spent with him. Characters included Donald Rumsfeld, then Mr. Ford’s chief of staff and eventually his defense secretary, and in the morning, advisers coordinated a briefing of the press, taking pains to appear transparent and honest. Photo: George Tames/The New York Times

Appearing on April 20, 1975, a profile of our 38th president, Gerald R. Ford, gave the minutes of a day the reporter John Hersey spent with him. Characters included Donald Rumsfeld, then Mr. Ford’s chief of staff and eventually his defense secretary, and in the morning, advisers coordinated a briefing of the press, taking pains to appear transparent and honest. Photo: George Tames/The New York Times

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