However, even though the National Assembly assumed to be doing well, there was great opposition from the clergy discontent with the Civil Constitution, lower classes, peasants, and political clubs, such as Jacobins. Not only were these groups undermining them, but finances were still troubling them. Nevertheless, they put their faith in Louis XVI, who betrayed them and tried to escape. After being discovered, however, he was forced to return under the claim that he had been kidnapped. Meanwhile, the Legislative Assembly met. The Legislative Assembly, however, was composed of people who had gained power from revolutionary politics.