which civil war general was well like by his men but a constant source of frustration to president Lincoln for his refusal to engage with the enemy?
General George B. McClellan.
Although well liked by the union soldiers and well respected, he was very reluctant to engage the Confederate Army for fear of suffering great losses. This caused President Lincoln a great deal of frustration.
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