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  WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans see the special counsel’s report — with its stark evidence that President Trump repeatedly impeded the investigation into Russian election interference — as a summons for collective inaction.

  Republicans in the upper chamber, who would serve as Mr. Trump’s jury if House Democrats were to impeach him, reacted to the report’s release with a range of tsk-tsk adjectives like “brash,” “inappropriate” or “unflattering.” Only Senator Mitt Romney, Republican of Utah, called out the president’s behavior as “sickening.”

  Yet no Republican, not even Mr. Romney, a political brand-name who does not face his state’s voters until 2022, has pressed for even a cursory inquiry into the findings by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, that the president pressured senior officials, including the former White House counsel Donald F. McGahn II and the former attorney general Jeff Sessions, to scuttle his investigation. Where Democrats see a road map to impeachment, Republicans see a dead end.

  “I consider this to be, basically, the end of the road,” said Senator Mike Lee, Republican of Utah, who once tried to thwart Mr. Trump’s presidential nomination and now serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, which has the authority to investigate Mr. Mueller’s findings.

  “There is no question that some of these revelations are unflattering,” Mr. Lee said in an interview on Wednesday. “But there is a difference between unflattering and something that can and should be prosecuted.”

  Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio, has been as critical in private of Mr. Trump’s actions as Mr. Romney has been in public, but he, too, said it was time to move on.

  “While the report documents a number of actions taken by the president or his associates that were inappropriate, the special counsel reached no conclusion on obstruction of justice,” Mr. Portman said in a statement.

  That is factually accurate; in releasing his findings a week ago, Mr. Mueller laid out about a dozen instances in which the president may have obstructed justice, but he left it to Congress to reach that conclusion, counseling “that Congress has authority to prohibit a president’s corrupt use of his authority.” House Democrats responded by ramping up committee investigations, kicking off what is likely to be a long, rending intraparty debate over impeachment.

  Senate Republicans saw Mr. Mueller’s invitation in far more cynical terms, as a quintessential Washington punt of responsibility, according to aides and political consultants. One senior aide to a Senate Republican put it this way: If the most respected law enforcement official of his generation did not have the temerity to accuse Mr. Trump of obstructing justice, why should they?

  “The Republican Party, and the Senate, is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Donald Trump,” said Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist based in Florida who has been a sharp critic of Mr. Trump’s. “Occasionally, a few guys in the Senate will furrow their brows, but it will never be backed up by action. They wake up every day and pray, ‘Please, God, don’t let Trump be mean to me on Twitter.’”

  “I’m all good. I’m done with the Mueller report,” Mr. Graham, Republican of South Carolina, told CNN this week.

  That sense of finality was echoed by Republican senators who are considerably less inclined to take Mr. Trump’s side, including Mr. Portman, Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri and Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, who in private have all harshly criticized Mr. Trump’s conduct of his presidency, according to aides.

  Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado, perhaps the most vulnerable Republican up for re-election next year, told Politico, “Look, it’s clear there were no merit badges earned at the White House for behavior.” He added, “You have to focus on the heart of this conclusion, which is there is no collusion, no cooperation. That’s where the focus ought to be.”

  Mr. Romney’s sharp statement after the Mueller report was released brought him bipartisan attention, but he has resisted calls from several former aides and allies to push for a new investigation, according to people close to him.

  Senate Republicans insist they are not ignoring the Mueller report, just accepting a reality that House Democrats refuse to admit: Mr. Trump has been cleared of anything impeachable, even if he was not entirely “exonerated,” as the president has repeatedly claimed.

  Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, told reporters in his state last week that it was “too early to comment” on the obstruction allegations, saying that he wanted to see the complete version before he passed judgment.

  But he added that Mr. Trump had “every right to feel good” about Mr. Mueller’s report.

  Privately, Mr. McConnell has told colleagues that he is eager to get the mess behind him, and that nothing he has seen so far in the unredacted 448-page version of the report released last week leads him to believe there is any reason to pursue a new investigation.

  House Democratic leadership aides say it is still unlikely that Speaker Nancy Pelosi will succumb to pressure to pursue impeachment based on Mr. Mueller’s obstruction findings, although Mr. Trump’s vow to stonewall “all” Democratic subpoenas, related to the inquiry or not, might shift that calculus.

  If the House does decide to go the impeachment route, Mr. McConnell would be forced, under the Constitution, to hold a trial, according to a legal assessment undertaken by his staff.

  That is a long way off. Senate Republicans are maintaining a united front — and that is, arguably, one of Mr. Trump’s most durable political assets. In 1974, Republican congressional leaders, led by Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona, played a critical role in persuading President Richard M. Nixon to resign rather than endure an impeachment trial.

  If anything, Republicans appear to be running toward Mr. Trump, especially those who need his support in the 2020 elections. Senator Joni Ernst, Republican of Iowa who is up for re-election next year, mused aloud this week about the possibility that the federal government had been “spying on political opponents,” alluding to the president’s oft-repeated contention that the F.B.I. and Obama administration officials inappropriately snooped on his campaign.

  “When is it appropriate to misuse power so that you’re using your federal assets to go after a political opponent? It sounds very much like something you find in Russia or someplace like that,” she asked an audience in Urbandale, Iowa, during the congressional recess.

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  【溫】【哥】【華】【的】【夜】【晚】【依】【舊】【燈】【火】【璀】【璨】,【但】【人】【們】【還】【沒】【有】【從】【那】【場】【可】【怕】【的】【電】【視】【直】【播】【帶】【來】【的】【震】【驚】【中】【醒】【來】,【一】【個】【個】【如】【同】【行】【尸】【走】【肉】,【甚】【至】【看】【不】【見】【一】【個】【在】【大】【冬】【天】【穿】【著】【單】【薄】【的】【舊】【風】【衣】【和】【趿】【拉】【板】、【頭】【上】【頂】【著】【一】【只】【烏】【鴉】【的】【怪】【人】【從】【身】【邊】【走】【過】。 “【呱】【哦】,【這】【些】【人】【都】【怎】【么】【啦】?”【烏】【鴉】【問】【道】。 “【誰】【第】【一】【次】【親】【眼】【見】【到】【殺】【人】【都】【會】【被】【嚇】【傻】【的】,【何】【況】【還】【是】【這】【樣】【的】【方】

  【既】【然】【楊】【昊】【答】【應】【了】【要】【幫】【忙】,【那】【韓】【墨】【也】【是】【不】【想】【很】【楊】【昊】【繼】【續】【廢】【話】,【他】【直】【接】【表】【達】【了】【送】【客】【的】【意】【思】,【而】【后】【秦】【管】【事】【便】【從】【門】【外】【進】【來】,【引】【楊】【昊】【他】【們】【離】【開】。 【對】【此】,【楊】【昊】【也】【不】【好】【死】【皮】【賴】【臉】【地】【待】【著】,【所】【以】【便】【跟】【著】【秦】【管】【事】。【出】【了】【門】【口】【之】【后】,【秦】【管】【事】【便】【轉】【而】【派】【遣】【手】【下】【人】,【帶】【楊】【昊】【他】【們】【回】【到】【自】【己】【的】【院】【落】【里】,【而】【自】【己】【則】【是】【說】【要】【回】【去】【服】【侍】【少】【主】。 【楊】【昊】【等】

 
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