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  • ♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: WELCOME BACK TO

    ♪ ♪ ♪ >> スティーブンおかえりなさい

  • A LIVE "LATE SHOW,"" EVERYBODY.

    A LIVE "LATE SHOW,"" EVERYBODY.

  • JOINING ME NOW IS THE SENIOR SENATOR FROM THE STATE OF

    今から参加するのは州の上院議員です

  • MINNESOTA AND A FORMER PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HERSELF,

    ミンネソタと元大統領候補自身

  • PLEASE WELCOME SENATOR AMY KLOBUCHAR.

    エイミー・クロブチャー上院議員を 歓迎します

  • SENATOR, THANK YOU FOR BEING HERE ON SUCH A TROUBLING DAY.

    上院議員 このような困難な日に 来ていただき ありがとうございました

  • I REALLY APPRECIATE YOU TAKING THE TIME.

    I REALLY APPRECIATE YOU TAKING THE TIME.

  • I HOPE THAT YOU AND YOUR STAFF ARE FINE.

    I HOPE THAT YOU AND YOUR STAFF ARE FINE.

  • IS EVERYONE OKAY?

    IS EVERYONE OKAY?

  • >> THEY'RE FINE.

    >> THEY'RE FINE.

  • I'M JUST MOSTLY WORRIED ABOUT OUR COUNTRY AND WHAT THEY SAW

    私はただひたすら国と彼らが見たものを心配しています

  • TODAY, AND THAT'S WHAT WAS I THINK ON EVERYONE'S MIND.

    今日、そしてそれは、私がみんなの心の中で考えていたことです。

  • THAT'S WHY IT WAS SO IMPORTANT THAT AFTER THIS ANGRY MOB

    だからこそ、この怒りに満ちたモブの後が重要なのです。

  • INVADED THE CAPITOL-- BY THE WAY, I'M SITTING IN THE

    国会議事堂に侵入した -- ところで 私は中に座っている

  • PRESIDENT'S ROOM.

    PRESIDENT'S ROOM.

  • WHERE IN THE PAST PRESIDENTS WOULD HAVE CORDIAL MEETINGS WITH

    WHERE IN THE PAST PRESIDENTS WOULD HAVE CORDIAL MEETINGS WITH

  • LEADERS OF CONGRESS, WHERE A NEW PRESIDENT WOULD SIGN THE

    議会のリーダーたち、新大統領が署名する場所

  • DOCUMENTS WHEN HE GOT SWORN IN.

    彼が宣戦布告を受けた時の書類だ

  • AND TO THINK THAT THIS PRESIDENT INCITED THIS MOB TO COME IN THIS

    そして、この大統領がこの中に来るためにこの群衆を扇動したと考えると

  • BUILDING.

    建物

  • AND I'M LITERALLY SITTING A FEW YARDS AWAY FROM WHERE THEY

    そして、私は彼らがいる場所から2.5メートル離れたところに座っている。

  • STORMED INTO THE CAPITOL.

    STORMED INTO THE CAPITOL.

  • AND THE IMPORTANT THING FOR US TONIGHT, FOR BOTH ACTUALLY

    そして、今夜の重要なことは、実際に両方のために

  • DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN LEADERS, WAS THAT WE RETURNED TO

    民主党と共和党の指導者たちは、私たちが戻ってきたということでした。

  • OUR DESKS, AND WE GET THE JOB DONE.

    私たちの机、そして私たちは仕事をやり遂げる。

  • AND WE JUST VOTED, JUST VOTED 93 VOTES AGAINST THE OBJECTIONS TO

    そして、私たちはただ投票しただけで、反対票に93票を投じただけです。

  • THE CERTIFIED STATE ELECTION IN ARIZONA, WHICH IS WHAT

    ARIZONAのCERTIFIED STATE ELECTION、それは何であるか。

  • INSTIGATED ALL OF THIS, WITH 93 SENATORS DECLARING JOE BIDEN WON

    93人の上院議員がジョー・バイデンの勝利を宣言したことが 全てを示唆しています。

  • THAT ELECTION.

    その選挙。

  • >> Stephen: I-- I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THAT MOMENT WAS THE LAST

    >> スティーブン:私は...私はその瞬間が最後だったことについて話したいと思います。

  • TIME I SAW YOU ON CAMERA BEFORE ANY OF THIS HAPPENED WAS YOU

    こんなことになる前に カメラに映っていたのは 君だった

  • READING THE...

    読んで...

  • COMPLAINT ABOUT THE ARIZONA ELECTION.

    アリゾナ選挙についての苦情。

  • AND THEN THE CHAMBERS WENT TO THEIR SEPARATE HOUSES, THE

    そして、各委員会はそれぞれの家に行きました。

  • SENATE AND THE HOUSE.

    上院と下院

  • WHERE WERE YOU WHEN THE ACTUAL BREACHING OF THE CAPITOL

    WHERE WERE YOU WHEN THE ACTUAL BREACHING OF THE CAPITOL

  • HAPPENED?

    何かあったの?

  • AND CAN YOU WALK ME THROUGH HOW YOU KNEW THAT YOU WERE SUPPOSED

    AND CAN YOU WALK ME THROUGH HOW YOU KNEW THAT YOU WERE SUPPOSED

  • TO LEAVE?

    出て行く?

  • HOW WERE ALL OF YOU INFORMED WHAT WAS GOING ON?

    HOW WERE ALL OF YOU INFORMED WHAT WAS GOING ON?

  • >> SO I'M THE HIGHEST RANKING DEMOCRAT ON THE RULES COMMITTEE,

    >> 私は民主党の規則委員会で最高位の民主党員です。

  • SO I HAD ACTUALLY JUST SPOKEN AND MADE MY CASE AGAINST SENATOR

    だから私は実際に上院議員に対して スピーチをして自分の主張をしました

  • CRUZ, TAKING HIM ON.

    クルーズ、彼を連れて行く。

  • HE HAD SPOKEN, ONE OR TWO MORE SENATORS SPOKE.

    上院議員の一人か二人が喋っていた

  • AND ALL OF A SUDDEN IN THE MIDDLE OF SENATOR LANGFORD'S

    そしてランフォード上院議員の中にある全ての汚点は

  • TEACH THEY SAID THE CAPITOL HAD BEEN BREACHED AND WE NEEDED TO

    彼らはキャピタルが破られたと言った 我々はする必要がありました

  • STAY IN PLACE.

    STAY IN PLACE.

  • SO WE WAITED IN THE SENATE CHAMBER FOR A WHILE.

    だから私たちはしばらく元老院議員会館で待っていました。

  • PEOPLE WERE MILLING AROUND.

    人々は周りを走り回っていました。

  • PEOPLE WERE FOLLOWING THE NEWS.

    PEOPLE WERE FOLLOWING THE NEWS.

  • AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN, BELIEVING WE WERE SAFE IN THE

    そして、すべてのスーダンは、私たちが安全だと信じていました。

  • SENATE CHAMBER, ALL OF A SUDDEN THEY ANNOUNCED THAT WE WEREN'T,

    上院議員は、突然、我々がいないことを発表しました。

  • AND WE WERE QUICKLY TAKEN TO ANOTHER ROOM IN THE OFFICE

    AND WE WERE QUICKLY TAKEN TO ANOTHER ROOM IN THE OFFICE

  • COMPLEX WHERE WE ACTUALLY SAT TOGETHER FOR THE ENTIRE DAY,

    COMPLEX WHERE WE ACTUALLY SAT TOGETHER FOR THE ENTIRE DAY,

  • DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS AND OUR STAFF, AS WE AWAITED THE

    民主党と共和党と私たちのスタッフは、私たちが待っていたように

  • CLEARING OF THE SENATE CHAMBER.

    上院議員会館を掃除します

  • AND THERE WAS A LOT OF, I WILL TELL YOU, MAJOR DISCUSSIONS

    そして、多くの主要な議論がありました、私はあなたに言います。

  • BETWEEN PEOPLE ABOUT WHAT HAS BEEN GOING ON AND WHAT THIS

    起こっていることとこれが何であるかについての人と人との間で

  • PRESIDENT HAS DONE.

    PRESIDENT HAS DONE.

  • >> Stephen: WERE YOU WATCHING THIS UNFOLD ON TV?

    >> スティーブンテレビで見てたのか?

  • WERE YOU SEEING THE PEOPLE GOING INTO YOUR CHAMBER, SEEING THE

    あなたは人々が自分の部屋に入っていくのを見ていたのか?

  • PEOPLE-- SOMEONE STANDING UP THERE ACTUALLY AT THE PRESIDENT

    人々は...誰かがそこに立っていて、実際に大統領の前で

  • OF THE SENATE'S SEAT, PEOPLE WITH THEIR FEET UP ON NANCY

    上院の議席で、ナンシーに足をかけている人たち。

  • PELOSI'S DESK?

    PELOSI'S DESK?

  • WHAT WAS GOING THROUGH YOUR MIND AND YOUR HEART AS YOU SAW THIS--

    WHAT WAS GOING THROUGH YOUR MIND AND YOUR HEART AS YOU SAW THIS--

  • THIS MOB RUNNING RAMPANT?

    ランパントを走らせるモブ?

  • >> I ACTUALLY ASKED THAT WE TURN THE TVs ON IN THE ROOM THAT WE

    >> I ACTUALLY ASKED THAT WE TURN THE TVs ON IN THE ROOM THAT WE

  • WERE IN, BECAUSE I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT FOR PEOPLE TO REALIZE

    人々が現実を知ることは 重要だと思うからだ

  • WHAT'S GOING ON HERE, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE PEOPLE THAT HAVE GONE

    WHAT'S GOING ON HERE, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE PEOPLE THAT HAVE GONE

  • ALONG WITH THIS PRESIDENT.

    この大統領と一緒に

  • AND WHAT YOU FEEL WHEN YOU SEE THAT IS YOU THINK HE HAS INCITED

    AND WHAT YOU FEEL WHEN YOU SEE THAT IS YOU THINK HE HAS INCITED

  • THIS.

    これだ

  • THIS ISN'T JUST SOME TWEET HE SENDS OUT IN THE MORNING FOR FUN

    これはただの朝のつぶやきではありません

  • THAT'S A JOKE "OH, YOU DON'T BELIEVE HIM," THAT SOME PEOPLE

    それはジョーク「OH, YOU DON'T BELIEVE HIM, THAT'S A JOKE "OH, YOU DON'T BELIEVE HIM, THATOME PEOPLE"

  • SAY.

    セイ。

  • HE IS LITERALLY TELLING HIS PEOPLE TO MARCH DOWN THE MALL,

    彼は文字通り モールを行進しろと言っている

  • TO GO TO THE CAPITOL, AND HE URGED THEM ON.

    国会議事堂に行くように 彼は彼らを促した

  • >> Stephen: TELL ME MORE ABOUT THE CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN THE

    >> スティーブン: もっと詳しく教えてください 間の会話について

  • SENATORS AND THE PEOPLE IN THEIR OWN OFFICES.

    上院議員と国民は自分のオフィスにいる

  • WHAT WERE YOU SAYING TO EACH OTHER ABOUT THAT MOMENT?

    WHAT WERE YOU SAYING TO EACH OTHER ABOUT THAT MOMENT?

  • >> WELL, I THINK ALL OF US CHERISH THIS DEMOCRACY, AND

    >> 仝それにしても、私たちは皆、この民主主義を大切にしていると思う。

  • THERE WERE A LOT OF HEARTFELT CONVERSATIONS ABOUT "ARE YOU

    THERE WERE A LOT OF HEARTFELT CONVERSATIONS ABOUT "ARE YOU

  • GOING TO CONTINUE THIS QUEST TO OBJECT TO THE DULY ELECTED

    GOING TO CONTINUE THIS QUEST TO OBJECT TO THE DULY ELECTED

  • ELECTORS THAT CAME OUT OF STATE-CERTIFIED ELECTIONS, WHERE

    州公認の選挙から出てきた選挙人は、どこにいるのか?

  • OVER 80 JUDGES HAVE LITERALLY SAID, 'NO, THESE CLAIMS ARE

    80人以上の判事が文字通り「これらの請求はダメだ」と言っています。

  • BASELESS.

    BASELESS.

  • THEY'RE RECKLESS.

    THEY'RE RECKLESS.

  • THEY'RE NOT BASED ON THE CONSTITUTION' SO WHY ARE YOU

    憲法に基づかないから何だ?

  • FOLLOWING ALONG?" IT'S MY HOPE A NUMBER OF THOSE

    FOLLOWING ALONG?" IT'S MY HOPE A NUMBER OF THOSE

  • SENATORS ACTUALLY CHANGED THEIR VOTE.

    上院議員が実際に投票を変更しました。

  • AND MAYBE IT'S BECAUSE THEY FELT VIOLATED.

    AND MAYBE IT'S BECAUSE THEY FELT VIOLATED.

  • OUR DEMOCRACY WAS VIOLATED.

    私たちの民主主義は侵害されました。

  • THOSE PEOPLE WERE SITTING IN OUR CHAIRS, WHEN THEY WERE STANDING

    あの人たちは私たちの椅子に座っていましたが、立っている時は立っていました。

  • AT THE DAIS OF THE U.S. SENATE WHERE WE WERE SUPPOSED TO BE

    私たちがいるとされている米国上院の議場で

  • CONDUCTING THE NATION'S BUSINESS.

    CONDUCTING THE NATION'S BUSINESS.

  • BUT A NUMBER OF THEM CHANGED THEIR VOTE.

    しかし、彼らの数は彼らの投票を変更しました。

  • SO THOSE WERE THE KINDS OF DISCUSSIONS WE WERE HAVING.

    これが私たちがしていた議論の種類でした。

  • >> Stephen: DOES IT UPSET YOU AT ALL THAT THEY DIDN'T CHANGE

    >> スティーブン:あなたは彼らが変更されなかったことに全く動揺していますか?

  • THEIR VOTES UNTIL THE CHICKENS CAME HOME TO ROOST IN THEIR OWN

    ニワトリが家に帰って自分の家に根付くまで、彼らの投票は

  • HOME, EVEN THOUGH THEY KNEW THAT THEY WERE STIRRING UP TROUBLE

    家では、トラブルを引き起こしていることを知っていたとしても

  • EVERYWHERE ELSE IN THE COUNTRY BY PROMULGATING THIS LIE?

    この国のどこにでも、この嘘を宣伝しているのか?

  • >> OF COURSE IT DOES.

    >> もちろんそうです。

  • BUT I FIGURED MY JOB TODAY WAS TO TRY TO BRING AS MANY PEOPLE

    でも、今日の私の仕事は、多くの人を連れてくることだと思いました。

  • WITH ME AND WITH OUR SIDE AS WE COULD AND TO DO IT IN A WAY THAT

    私と一緒に、私たちの味方と一緒に、私たちができることをして、私たちができる方法でそれをする。

  • WOULD GIVE THEM THAT SPACE.

    彼らにその場所を与えるだろう。

  • AND THE REASON I DID IT IS BECAUSE-- I MADE THIS CASE TO

    私がそれをした理由は...私がこのケースを作ったからです

  • OUR CAUCUS-- I WANT JOE AND KAMALA TO COME IN WITH

    私たちのカウカス... ジョーとカマラを連れて来て欲しい

  • BIPARTISAN SUPPORT.

    BIPARTISAN SUPPORT.

  • I WANT TO LEAVE WHAT JOE BIDEN CALLED THE GRIM ERA OF

    "ジョー・バイデンが言うところの" "厳しい時代を去りたい

  • DEMONIZATION BEHIND US AND ACTUALLY GET THINGS DONE.

    私たちの背後にある悪魔化と実際に行うことを取得します。

  • WE HAVE MOUNTING BODY BAGS IN THIS COUNTRY.

    WE HAVE MOUNTING BODY BAGS IN THIS COUNTRY.

  • WE HAVE PEOPLE WITH EMPTY CHAIRS AT THE TABLE.

    WE HAVE PEOPLE WITH EMPTY CHAIRS AT THE TABLE.

  • WE'VE GOT KIDS THAT AREN'T GOING TO SCHOOL.

    学校に行かない子供がいるんだ

  • WE'VE GOT PEOPLE OUT OF WORK.

    人手が足りないんだ

  • WE'VE GOT PEOPLE THAT HAVEN'T GOTTEN A VACCINE BECAUSE THIS

    これが原因でワクチンを 飲んでいない人がいます

  • PRESIDENT HAS FAILED TO DISTRIBUTE IT.

    大統領はそれを配布するのに失敗しました。

  • AND SO THIS IDEA THAT WE WOULD BE WASTING OUR TIME AND THEN TO

    私たちが時間を無駄にしているという考えが

  • ADD TO ALL THAT, WE HAVE A PRESIDENT INCITING A MOB IS

    それに加えて、我々は大統領がモブを扇動している。

  • AGAINST NOT JUST THE RULE OF LAW AND OUR DEMOCRACY BUT IT'S

    法と民主主義の規則だけではなく、それは

  • AGAINST WHAT EVERY CITIZEN NEEDS RIGHT NOW IN OUR COUNTRY.

    AGAINST WHAT EVERY CITIZEN NEEDS RIGHT NOW IN OUR COUNTRY.

  • SO MY VIEW WAS THE MORE WE CAN BRING ON RIGHT NOW, AS MAD AS I

    私の見解は、今すぐにでも、私のように狂ったように、私たちはより多くのものをもたらすことができます。

  • AM AT THEM-- AND I DON'T WANT ANYONE TO MISTAKE THIS THAT I

    私は彼らのところにいる -- 誰もが私のことを誤解しないようにしたい

  • FORGIVE THEM-- I THINK THAT WHAT THEY DID WAS ATROCIOUS.

    FORGIVE THEM-- I THINK THAT WHAT THEY DID WAS ATROCIOUS.

  • BUT AT THE SAME TIME, WE HAVE TO MOVE FORWARD AS A NATION.

    BUT AT THE SAME TIME, WE HAVE TO MOVE FORWARD AS A NATION.

  • >> Stephen: I-- I AGREE.

    >> スティーブン: 私は... 同意します。

  • WE HAVE TO MOVE FORWARD AS A NATION.

    WE HAVE TO MOVE FORWARD AS A NATION.

  • BUT...

    でも...

  • I SAW YOU, ALL THE SENATORS GO BACK INTO THE CHAMBER.

    I SAW YOU, ALL THE SENATORS GO BACK INTO THE CHAMBER.

  • >> AND SAW THE DEBATE.

    >> 討論会を見ました。

  • AND WHILE THERE WAS SOME PASSION TO THAT DEBATE, IT LOOKED

    そして、その議論に情熱があったとき、それは見えました。

  • ALARMINGLY NORMAL TO ME.

    私には驚くほど普通のことです。

  • AND I-- I KNOW YOU SAY THAT YOU'RE ANGRY.

    そして私は... あなたが怒っていることを知っています。

  • I KNOW YOU'RE FROM MINNESOTA, SO IT'S HARD TO TELL WHEN PEOPLE

    あなたがミネソタ出身だと知っているから 人に話すのは難しいわ

  • ARE ANGRY FROM THERE, BUT AMERICA IS ANGRY.

    そこからは怒っているが、アメリカは怒っている。

  • AMERICA IS DEEPLY SHAKEN AND DISTURBED BY WHAT THEY JUST SAW

    AMERICA IS DEEPLY SHAKEN AND DISTURBED BY WHAT THEY JUST SAW

  • HOW, AS THE PARTY THAT IS NOW IN CONTROL OF THE HOUSE AND THE

    どのようにして、今では議会と議会を支配している政党として

  • SENATE AND THE WHITE HOUSE, SHOULDN'T THERE BE CONSEQUENCES,

    上院とホワイトハウスは、結果があるべきではありません。

  • NOT ONLY FOR THE PEOPLE-- >> OF COURSE!

    国民のためだけではない... >> もちろんだ!

  • >> Stephen: THE PEOPLE WHO WALKED IN AND DID THIS, THEIR

    >> スティーブン:誰が歩いてきてこれをしたのか、彼らの。

  • FACES ARE ON CAMERA AND THEIR CRIMES ARE DOCUMENTED.

    顔はカメラに映っているし、犯罪は記録されている。

  • I MEAN THE PEOPLE WHO PROMULGATED THE LIE, SHOULD

    つまり、嘘を広めた人たちは、そうすべきなのです。

  • THERE NOT BE CONSEQUENCES SO SEVERE THAT NO ONE WILL EVER

    誰もが経験したことのないような深刻な結果になることはありません。

  • THINK TO TO MEMENT AN INSURRECTION AGAINST THIS

    これに対する保険を覚えておくことを考える

  • GOVERNMENT AGAIN WITHOUT SHUDDERING ABOUT THE PROSPECT OF

    の見通しについて震えずに再び政府

  • WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THEM.

    彼らに何が起こるのか

  • >> OF COURSE WE SHOULD.

    >> もちろんそうすべきです。

  • I'M A FORMER PROSECUTOR.

    私は元検事だ

  • THIS IS A WHOLE DIFFERENT STORY, STEPHEN.

    これは全く違う物語だ

  • EVERY ONE OF THESE PEOPLE SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.

    EVERY ONE OF THESE PEOPLE SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.

  • EVERYONE OF THEM SHOULD GO TO JAIL.

    EVERYONE OF THEM SHOULD GO TO JAIL.

  • THEY LITERALLY INVADED THE CAPITOL --

    THEY LITERALLY INVADED THE CAPITOL --

  • >> Stephen: BUT I HOPE YOU'RE INCLUDING-- I HOPE YOU'RE

    >> スティーブンでも、私はあなたが含まれていることを願っています...私はあなたが含まれていることを願っています。

  • INCLUDING JOSH HAWLEY.

    JOSH HAWLEYを含む。

  • YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE TED CRUZ.

    YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE TED CRUZ.

  • YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE...

    YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE...

  • MARSHA BLACKBURN.

    マーシャ・ブラックバーン

  • BECAUSE THESE ARE PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY KNOW BETTER.

    BECAUSE THESE ARE PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY KNOW BETTER.

  • THAT CROWD IS IGNORANT.

    そのCROWDはIGNORANTです。

  • THOSE PEOPLE IN THAT SENATE CHAMBER ARE ACTUALLY THE SINNERS

    THOSE PEOPLE IN THAT SENATE CHAMBER ARE ACTUALLY THE SINNERS

  • HERE.

    ここです。

  • >> AND LET'S START WITH THE ORIGINAL SINNER AND THE ONE THAT

    >> AND LET'S START WITH THE ORIGINAL SINNER AND THE ONE THAT

  • REALLY INCITED THIS MOB WHICH IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED

    本当にこのモブを扇動したのは 連合国の大統領である

  • STATES.

    STATES.

  • BECAUSE THIS IS SOMEONE THAT JUST LOST HIS ELECTION AND

    これが選挙で負けた者だからだ

  • REFUSES TO BELIEVE IT.

    信じようとしない

  • AND HE HAS DEMONIZED EVERY SINGLE PERSON THAT HAS BEEN

    そして、彼は、これまでにあったすべての人に悪魔の力を授けた。

  • WILLING TO STAND IN HIS WAY OR STAND UP AGAINST HIM.

    彼のやり方に立ち向かうか、彼に逆らうか。

  • SO THERE ARE SERIOUS DISCUSSIONS RIGHT NOW ABOUT WHAT SHOULD

    SO THERE ARE SERIOUS DISCUSSIONS RIGHT NOW ABOUT WHAT SHOULD

  • HAPPEN TO THIS PRESIDENT, EVEN THOUGH HE WILL LEAVE OFFICE ON

    この大統領に何かあったのか?彼が任期を終えようとしているのに

  • JANUARY 20.

    JANUARY 20.

  • >> Stephen: SHOULD HE BE ALLOWED TO SERVE OUT THE REST OF

    >> スティーブン:彼は残りの時間を奉仕するために許可されるべきである。

  • HIS TERM, LAST 14 DAYS?

    HIS TERM, LAST 14 DAYS?

  • SHOULD THE 25th AMENDMENT BE INVOKED?

    憲法25条を発動すべきか?

  • SHOULD HE BE IMPEACHED SO HE CAN NEVER RUN AGAIN.

    彼はインピーチされているので、彼は決して再び走ることができないようにすべきである。

  • >> HE'S THE PROBLEM, NOT ONLY DID HE INCITE IT.

    >> 彼は問題であり、彼が引き起こしただけではない。

  • HE DIDN'T DO ANYTHING TO STOP IT.

    彼はそれを止めるために何もしなかった

  • HE COULD HAVE STOP IT, AND HE DIDN'T DO THAT BECAUSE THESE

    彼はそれを止めることができたのに、それをしなかったのは、これらのせいだ。

  • PEOPLE WERE LISTENING TO HIM.

    人々は彼に耳を傾けていた

  • THERE WERE INTERVIEWS ALL DAY WHERE PEOPLE HAVE BEEN SAYING

    THERE WERE INTERVIEWS ALL DAY WHERE PEOPLE HAVE BEEN SAYING

  • THAT TO THE MEDIA.

    それをメディアに

  • I WOULD CALL THAT EXHIBIT "A."

    私はその展示物を "A "と呼ぶわ

  • SO, FIRST OF ALL, TO USE THE 25th AMENDMENT YOU HAVE TO

    だから、まず第一に、第25条を使用するためには、あなたがしなければなりません。

  • GET THE MAJORITY OF THE CABINET AND THE VICE PRESIDENT.

    GET THE MAJORITY OF THE CABINET AND THE VICE PRESIDENT.

  • LET'S SEE IF THEY ARE WILLING TO STAND UP TO HIM.

    彼らが彼に立ち向かう意志があるかどうか見てみよう

  • IMPEACHMENT, I'VE ALREADY VOTED FOR IMPEACHMENT.

    IMPEACHMENT、I VE ALREADY VOTED FOR IMPEACHMENTに投票しました。

  • I FEEL VERY STRONGLY THAT HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN IMPEACHED.

    彼はインピーチされるべきだったと強く感じています。

  • THAT IS GOING TO BE SOMETHING WE WOULD HAVE TO DO LITERALLY IN

    それは、私たちが文字通りにしなければならないことになります。

  • THE NEXT WEEK, AND WE DON'T EVEN HAVE OUR NEW SENATORS SEATED

    次の週には新上院議員が まだ決まっていません

  • YET.

    YET。

  • BUT I THINK THAT'S SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AS

    BUT I THINK THAT'S SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AS

  • WELL.

    まあね。

  • BUT THE POINT OF THIS IS THAT TODAY, BASED ON THAT VOTE, WE

    しかし、これのポイントは、今日は、その投票に基づいて、私たちです。

  • HAVE BIPARTISAN SUPPORT AGAINST WHAT THIS PRESIDENT IS DOING.

    HAVE BIPARTISAN SUPPORT AGAINST WHAT THIS PRESIDENT IS DOING.

  • SO THAT WILL BE HELPFUL, NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS.

    SO THAT WILL BE HELPFUL, NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS.

  • >> Stephen: WELL, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING HERE, SENATOR.

    >> スティーブン来てくれて本当にありがとうございます 上院議員

  • I KNOW THIS IS AN INCREDIBLY TRYING DAY FOR YOU.

    I KNOW THIS IS AN INCREDIBLY TRYING DAY FOR YOU.

  • THANK YOU FOR...

    THANK YOU FOR...

  • >> MORTIFYING STEPHEN.

    >> 哀愁を漂わせている。

  • IT'S TRYING FOR AMERICA.

    IT'S TRYING FOR AMERICA.

  • IT'S NOT TRYING FOR ME.

    私のためにやってるんじゃないわ

  • >> Stephen: I APPRECIATE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING.

    >> スティーブン言いたいことは分かるよ

  • AND I UNDERSTAND THAT.

    私はそれを理解しています。

  • BUT I-- I APPRECIATE YOU AND THE OTHER SENATORS WHO ATTEMPTED TO

    しかし、私は... 私はあなたと他の上院議員を賞賛します 誰がしようとしたのか

  • DO THE RIGHT THING TODAY.

    DO THE RIGHT THING TODAY.

  • AND IN THE FACE OF THIS RESISTANCE.

    AND IN THE FACE OF THIS RESISTANCE.

  • AND-- >> IT'S FOR AMERICA--

    そして... >> IT'S FOR AMERICA...

  • >> IT WAS A COUP, STEPHEN.

    >> カップルだったのよ

  • IT WAS A COUP.

    IT WAS A COUP.

  • I KEPT CALLING IT A COUP WHEN THEY BROUGHT IT UP, BUT RIGHT

    彼らがそれを買い取った時 私はそれを カップルと呼び続けた でも正しい

  • NOW, THAT'S WHAT YOU SAW THAT THAT PRESIDENT TRIED TO INCITE.

    大統領が扇動しようとしたのを見たんだろ?

  • BUT I WILL TELL YOU ONE THING-- HE FAILED.

    BUT I WILL TELL YOU ONE THING-- HE FAILED.

  • >> Stephen: DO YOU HAVE A MESSAGE FOR THE AMERICAN

    >> スティーブン:あなたはメッセージを持っていますか?

  • PEOPLE?" >> WE HAVE A NEW PRESIDENT.

    PEOPLE?" >> WE HAVE A NEW PRESIDENT.

  • ON JANUARY 20, JOE BIDEN AND KAMALA HARRIS ARE GOING TO BE

    1月20日にジョー・バイデンとカマラ・ハリスが

  • INAUGURATED.

    就任しました

  • THIS ERA WILL BE BEHIND US, BUT FOR THOSE PEOPLE THAT DESECRATED

    この時代は私たちの前にあるが、 冒涜した人々のためには

  • THIS CAPITOL AND CREATED THESE ACTS OF VIOLENCE, THEY WILL BE

    この首都がこれらの暴力行為を生み出したのだから、今後もそうなるだろう。

  • PROSECUTED.

    逮捕された

  • AND THIS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SHOULD START RIGHT NOW AND DO IT

    AND THIS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SHOULD START RIGHT NOW AND DO IT

  • NOW.

    今すぐに

  • BUT IT WILL CONTINUE ON INTO JOE BIDEN'S ADMINISTRATION.

    BUT IT WILL CONTINUE ON INTO JOE BIDEN'S ADMINISTRATION.

  • HE HAS MADE THAT VERY CLEAR.

    彼はそれを非常に明確にしました。

  • THIS CANNOT BE TOLERATED.

    THIS CANNOT BE TOLERATED.

  • >> Stephen: MINNESOTA SENATOR AMY KLOBUCHAR, EVERYBODY.

    >> スティーブンミンネソタ州上院議員エイミー・クロブシャーです 皆さん

  • THANK YOU, SENATOR.

    ありがとうございます 上院議員

  • WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK WITH REPRESENTATIVE ADAM KINZINGER.

    WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK WITH REPRESENTATIVE ADAM KINZINGER.

♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: WELCOME BACK TO

♪ ♪ ♪ >> スティーブンおかえりなさい

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