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Why did President Andrew Johnson veto a bill to continue the Freedmen's Bureau?

Choices are:
A. He believed it was not profitable
B. He believed it was unconstitutional
C. He believed it was not cost effective
D. He believed it did not do what it was promised.
I chose B. He believed it was unconstitutional

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