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The overall attitude of Suetonius to Vespasian makes it unlikely that he described him as infensus senatui, which is the reading of the manuscripts.
CCSL 47 and 48 (Turnholt, Belgium: Brepols, 1955) 802: Sicut ergo non fratri suo dicit: Fatue, qui cum hoc dicit non ipsi fraternitati, sed peccato eius infensus est (alioquin reus erit gehennae ignis).