Good Friday morning. Here are some of the stories making news in Washington and politics today.
• The much anticipated report by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, revealed the scope of the Russian campaign to sabotage the 2016 election and detailed a frantic, monthslong effort by President Trump to thwart a federal investigation that imperiled his presidency. The Mueller team decided not to charge the president with obstructing justice, citing numerous legal constraints, but pointedly declined to exonerate him.
• Looking for the report’s highlights? Here are seven key things to know, and here are excerpts from the most significant passages, with analysis from our reporters.
• How much was redacted? What happens next? Times reporters answered readers’ questions.
• For nearly two years, Mr. Trump’s lawyers have argued that it was impossible for him to illegally obstruct the Russia investigation because he has full authority over federal law enforcement. Mr. Mueller rejected that idea, and noted that Mr. Trump would lose immunity from prosecution when he left office.
• Here are four dramatic passages from the report and seven instances of potential obstruction of justice.
• The White House that emerges from Mr. Mueller’s report is a hotbed of conflict infused by a culture of dishonesty, defined by a president who lies to the public and his own staff, then tries to get his aides to lie for him.
• In one of the report’s more compelling revelations, investigators described how Mr. Trump ordered Michael T. Flynn, who would later serve briefly as his national security adviser, to find thousands of emails missing from Hillary Clinton’s computer server.
• The report documents in great detail how a huge cast of Russian emissaries, some of whom were in direct contact with President Vladimir V. Putin, tried to forge inroads and influence the Trump team.
• Before releasing the report, Attorney General William P. Barr presented the findings in the best possible light for the president. Mr. Trump, it seemed, had finally found the loyal attorney general he had longed for.
• Mr. Trump responded to the release of the report in his customary fashion: a tweet. “Game Over,” the post said, with a photo styled like “Game of Thrones” showing a picture of the president from behind. “No Collusion. No Obstruction. For the haters and the radical left Democrats.”
• House Democrats edged closer to confronting a question they have tried to avoid: whether the president’s behavior warrants impeachment.
• Several Democratic presidential candidates assailed Mr. Barr for how he handled the report’s release, arguing that it was a partisan attempt to protect Mr. Trump.
• On the streets of heavily Democratic Washington, D.C., there seemed to be exhaustion-induced acceptance that Mr. Mueller had not delivered the knockout condemnation of Mr. Trump that many had hoped for.
• How did the release of a dense, 448-page report play out on cable news? It was a halting, if ultimately educational, glimpse at the tedious mechanics of real-time reporting: sifting through documents, puzzling over footnotes and more.
Today’s On Politics briefing was compiled by Isabella Grullón Paz in New York.
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香烟平特网【此】【时】，【天】【空】【中】【开】【始】【阴】【雨】【绵】【绵】【起】【来】。 【一】【辆】【飞】【驰】【的】【汽】【车】【停】【靠】【在】【路】【边】，【从】【车】【上】【下】【来】【一】【个】【匆】【忙】【的】【身】【影】，【叶】【霖】【琛】【拿】【着】【手】【里】【的】【电】【话】【慌】【张】【说】【着】：“【目】【标】【在】【华】【商】【大】【厦】【位】【置】，【一】【大】【队】【立】【即】【派】【出】【警】【力】【围】【堵】【各】【个】【出】【口】！” 【说】【完】，【他】【直】【接】【走】【进】【华】【商】【大】【厦】【里】。 【十】【分】【钟】【前】，【正】【在】【开】【车】【的】【叶】【霖】【琛】【接】【到】【一】【个】【未】【知】【来】【电】。 【这】【个】【电】【话】【就】【是】【犯】【罪】【嫌】
【熊】【曼】【文】【知】【道】【邵】【北】【柠】【和】【傅】【东】【宇】【领】【证】【以】【后】，【喜】【极】【而】【泣】。 【晚】【上】【拉】【着】【邵】【北】【柠】【出】【去】，【傅】【东】【宇】【去】【送】【邵】【北】【柠】【的】【时】【候】【被】【熊】【曼】【文】【呵】【斥】【走】【了】。 【大】【言】【不】【惭】【的】【说】，【以】【后】【我】【柠】【宝】【就】【是】【你】【的】【了】，【今】【晚】【先】【借】【我】【一】【下】【不】【行】。 【傅】【东】【宇】【竟】【是】【无】【力】【反】【驳】，【只】【好】【放】【人】。 【于】【是】【名】【义】【上】【的】【大】【婚】【之】【夜】，【邵】【北】【柠】【陪】【着】【闺】【蜜】【喝】【酒】，【傅】【东】【宇】【在】【熬】【夜】【加】【班】。 【酒】【吧】
【虽】【然】【知】【道】【寒】【珊】【怕】【他】，【但】【也】【没】【想】【到】【会】【这】【么】【怕】【啊】…… 【夏】【婵】【眼】【睑】【一】【挑】，【染】【上】【戏】【谑】，【有】【意】【思】。 【寒】【珊】【一】【直】【跟】【到】【停】【车】【场】，【燃】【已】【经】【上】【车】，【看】【到】【寒】【珊】【还】【杵】【在】【那】，【摇】【下】【车】【窗】，【眉】【宇】【冰】【冷】，“【怎】【么】，【还】【要】【我】【请】【你】【上】【车】？” 【寒】【珊】【食】【指】【相】【绕】，【鼓】【起】【勇】【气】【道】，“【小】【叔】【叔】，【我】【得】【送】【我】***【回】【家】，【太】【晚】【了】【他】【家】【人】【会】【担】【心】【的】……” 【越】【说】【声】
【待】【几】【个】【士】【兵】【走】【到】【狗】【蛋】【儿】【面】【前】【时】，【岳】【朗】【等】【人】【也】【已】【经】【来】【到】【了】【狗】【蛋】【儿】【的】【身】【后】，【眼】【看】【着】【战】【斗】【一】【触】【即】【发】，【忽】【然】【一】【个】【熟】【悉】【的】【声】【音】【传】【到】【了】【大】【家】【的】【耳】【朵】【里】。 “【哟】，【我】【道】【是】【谁】【呢】，【原】【来】【是】【龙】【五】【爷】【呀】，【五】【爷】【最】【近】【忙】【啥】【呢】，【可】【是】【有】【段】【时】【间】【没】【来】【找】【人】【家】【了】，【是】【不】【是】【有】【了】【新】【欢】，【把】【人】【家】【给】【忘】【了】。”【说】【话】【的】【是】【蔷】【薇】。 【只】【见】【蔷】【薇】【一】【边】【说】【着】，【一】【边】【走】香烟平特网【电】【子】【银】【行】【承】【兑】【汇】【票】【到】【期】【怎】【么】【兑】【现】？【电】【子】【承】【兑】【汇】【票】【到】【期】【承】【兑】【操】【作】【的】【大】【致】【流】【程】【是】【这】【样】【的】：【在】【电】【子】【银】【行】【承】【兑】【汇】【票】【到】【期】【日】【的】【十】【天】【内】，【企】【业】【网】【银】【中】【该】【汇】【票】【的】【状】【态】【会】【变】【为】【提】【示】【付】【款】，【或】【者】【是】【发】【起】【付】【款】【申】【请】【或】【者】【其】【他】【名】【称】（【不】【同】【银】【行】【的】【名】【称】【不】【同】，【但】【意】【思】【相】【近】）。【然】【后】【确】【认】【提】【示】【付】【款】【申】【请】【信】【息】，【将】【该】【票】【据】【背】【书】【给】【出】【票】【行】，【然】【后】【票】【据】【状】【态】【由】【提】【示】【付】【款】【变】【为】【提】【示】【付】【款】【待】【签】【收】，【说】【明】【票】【据】【已】【经】【背】【书】【给】【出】【票】【行】，【出】【票】【银】【行】【收】【到】【该】【电】【子】【银】【行】【承】【兑】【汇】【票】【的】【背】【书】【后】，【就】【会】【付】【款】【至】【你】【公】【司】【的】【账】【户】【内】。
【周】【据】【送】【霍】【云】【到】【了】【霍】【府】【门】【口】。 【快】【下】【马】【车】【时】，【霍】【云】【回】【头】【看】【他】：“【你】【还】【是】【没】【有】【回】【答】【我】【的】【问】【题】？” 【她】【与】【天】【下】，【他】【要】【怎】【么】【选】？ 【周】【据】【大】【手】【包】【着】【她】【的】【小】【手】【回】【答】：“【如】【果】【有】【一】【天】，【我】【一】【下】【要】【争】【这】【天】【下】，【天】【下】【与】【你】【我】【都】【要】。【若】【是】【我】【要】【天】【下】【却】【不】【能】【要】【你】，【这】【天】【下】【我】【不】【要】【也】【罢】！” 【她】【不】【由】【亲】【了】【一】【下】【他】。 【两】【人】【拥】【着】【亲】【昵】【了】【一】【会】
“【好】。” 【安】【凝】【一】【抬】【手】，【一】【道】【闪】【光】【划】【过】，【一】【只】【木】【舟】【从】【她】【手】【中】【激】【荡】【而】【出】，【落】【在】【了】【河】【面】【上】，【扬】【起】【了】【阵】【阵】【涟】【漪】。 “【安】【凝】【小】【姐】【的】【轻】【舟】【当】【真】【是】【令】【人】【大】【开】【眼】【界】。”【韩】【华】【微】【笑】【道】。 “【少】【拍】【马】【屁】，【快】【上】【去】。” 【安】【凝】【没】【给】【韩】【华】【好】【脸】【色】。 【这】【只】【木】【舟】【类】【似】【渡】【船】，【约】【莫】【十】【来】【米】【长】，【三】【四】【米】【宽】，【乌】【黑】【的】【船】【篷】，【褐】【色】【的】【船】【桨】，【整】【个】【船】