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Michael Wolff debuts Trump's H.R. McMaster impression in new book

In this image, McMaster sits in the Oval Office.
H.R. McMaster in a meeting between President Trump and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on March 20, 2018. Photo: Mandel Mgan/AFP/Getty Images

A scene from Michael Wolff's "Siege," coming Tuesday from Henry Holt: President Trump performed impressions of national security adviser H.R. McMaster, with "a droning voice and heavy breathing."

What they're saying: "[L]ike the last book, 'Siege' is ultimately crippled by three flaws," Ryan Lizza writes in his WashPost review. "Wolff’s overreliance on a single character [Bannon], and one who is now more distant from the action; factual errors that mar the author's credibility; and sourcing that is so opaque it renders the scoops highly suspicious and unreliable."

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