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  • >> Stephen: HEY, WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY.

    >> スティーブンやあ、おかえりなさい、みんな。

  • MY GUESTS TONIGHT ARE THE FOUNDERS OF "CROOKED MEDIA" AND

    MY GUESTS TONIGHT ARE THE FOUNDERS OF "CROOKED MEDIA" AND

  • CO-HOSTS OF "POD SAVE AMERICA."

    "POD SAVE AMERICA "の共同ホストです

  • PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO "A LATE SHOW," JON FAVREAU, JON LOVETT,

    ジョン・ファヴロー ジョン・ラブリット

  • AND TOMMY VIETOR!

    そしてトミー・ビートル!

  • FELLAS!

    フェラーズ!

  • GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN!

    GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN!

  • >> YOU, TOO.

    >> お前もだよ。

  • >> YEAH, IT'S A GOOD DAY.

    >> そう、今日はいい日だよ。

  • >> Stephen: IT IS, WELL, "POD SAVE AMERICA," IS AMERICA SAVED?

    >> スティーブン:IT IS, WELL, "POD SAVE AMERICA, IS AMERICA SAVED?

  • HOW ARE YOU FEELING?

    HOW ARE YOU FEELING?

  • >> I THINK AMERICA IS RELIEVED.

    >> >> I THINK AMERICA IS RELIEVED.

  • BEATING... TOOK A LITTLE LONGER THAN WE HOPED.

    ビート...思ったよりも少し時間がかかった

  • DONALD TRUMP IS GONE.

    ドナルド・トルムはもういない。

  • JOE BIDEN AND KAMALA HARRIS ARE RUNNING THE SHOW.

    JOE BIDEN AND KAMALA HARRIS ARE RUNNING THE SHOW.

  • MITCH McCONNELL IS NO LONGER THE HEAD OF THE SENATE.

    ミッチ・マコネルはもう上院のトップではない

  • IT'S A PRETTY GOOD DAY.

    いい日だよ

  • >> Stephen: IT TRICKLED IN.

    >> スティーブン騙されて入ってきた

  • >> I FEEL LIKE AMERICA SURVIVED A NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE, AND WE

    >> 私はアメリカが臨死体験をしたような気がします。

  • HAVE, LIKE, GIVEN OURSELVES MAYBE ONE MORE CHANCE.

    HAVE, LIKE, GIVEN OURSELVES MAYBE ONE MORE CHANCE.

  • HOPEFULLY MORE, BUT MAYBE ONE MORE CHANCE.

    HOPEFULLY MORE, BUT MAYBE ONE MORE CHANCE.

  • AND IT IS ACTUALLY-- IT'S-- IT'S INSPIRING BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, I

    そして、それは実際に...それは...それは...それは刺激的だから、知っての通り、私は

  • WAS WORRIED WHEN TRUMP WON.

    トランプが勝ったときに心配していました。

  • MY BIGGEST FEAR WAS THAT PEOPLE WOULD BE SO CYNICAL AND SO DOWN

    私が一番恐れていたのは、人々がシニカルで下品になってしまうことでした。

  • THA THEY WOULDN'T WANT TOPARTICIPAT

  • AWAY FROM POLITICS, THAT THEY WOULDN'T GET INVOLVED.

    政治から離れて 巻き込まれないようにするために

  • AND THE FACT THAT SO MANY PEOPLE DID IS THE REASON THAT WE'RE

    AND THE FACT THAT SO MANY PEOPLE DID IS THE REASON THAT WE'RE

  • HERE TODAY, IS THE REASON THAT JOE BIDEN IS PRESIDENT RIGHT

    HERE TODAY, IS THE REASON THAT JOE BIDEN IS PRESIDENT RIGHT

  • NOW.

    今すぐに

  • >> Stephen: WELL, JON, AS OBAMA'S FORMER HEAD

    >> スティーブン: WELL, JON, AS OBAMA'S FORMER HEAD.

  • SPEECHWRITER, YOU'RE AN EXPERT AT INAUGURAL ADDRESSES.

    スピーチライターさん、あなたは就任式のスピーチのエキスパートですね。

  • WHAT STOOD OUT TO YOU TODAY?

    WHAT STOOD OUT TO YOU TODAY?

  • >> A LOT OF INAUGURALS ARE PRESIDENTS LIKE TRYING TO DO AN

    >> 就任式の多くは■をしようとしているような大統領です。

  • IMPRESSION OF J.F.K.'S ADDRESS, SO THEY END UP BEING, LIKE, A

    J.F.K.のアドレスのインプレッションだから、まるで、そうなってしまう。

  • LOT OF FLOWERY RHETORIC, AND THEY DON'T ACTUALLY SAY MUCH.

    花のリートリックのロット、および彼らは実際に多くを言うことはありません。

  • I LOVE JOE BIDEN'S BECAUSE I THINK HE MADE A REAL ARGUMENT

    私は彼が本物の主張をしたと思うので、私はジョー・バイデンズが大好きです。

  • ABOUT UNITY.

    ユニティについて。

  • AND, YOU KNOW, HE ACKNOWLEDGED THAT IT'S ALWAYS BEEN DIFFICULT

    彼はいつも困難だったことを知っていた

  • TO OVERCOME RACISM AND DIVISION AND NATIVISM.

    レイシズムとディビジョンとナチビズムを克服するために。

  • BUT HE SAID AT EVERY BIG MOMENT, ENOUGH OF US-- AND HE REPEATED

    でも、彼は大きな瞬間に「もう十分だ」と言って、それを繰り返した。

  • "ENOUGH OF US--" CAME TOGETHER TO CARRY ALL OF US FORWARD.

    "もうたくさん..."みんなで協力して前に進んだ

  • AND THEN HE OFFERED A REALLY MOVING LESSON FROM HIS OWN

    AND THEN HE OFFERED A REALLY MOVING LESSON FROM HIS OWN

  • EXPERIENCE, I THOUGHT.

    エクスペリエンス、私は思った。

  • HE SAID, "HERE'S THE THING ABOUT LIFE.

    彼は言った、「これが人生の本質だ」と。

  • THERE'S NO ACCOUNTING FOR WHAT FATE WILL DEAL YOU.

    運命の報いを受けても 釈然としない

  • THERE ARE SOME DAYS WHEN WE NEED A HAND.

    THERE ARE SOME DAYS WHEN WE NEED A HAND.

  • THERE ARE OTHERS WE'RE CALLED TO LEND A HAND.

    手を貸すことになったのは他にもいます。

  • THAT IS HOW WE MUST BE WITH ONE ANOTHER."

    "それが我々が一体とならなければならない方法だ"

  • AND I THOUGHT THAT WAS JUST A REALLY BEAUTIFUL SENTIMENT FROM

    それは本当に美しいセンティメントだと思いました

  • HIM.

    HIM.

  • >> Stephen: UNITY, OF COURSE, HAS BEEN A THEME LEADING UP TO

    >> Stephen: UNITYはもちろん、これまでのテーマでもありました。

  • THE INAUGURATION, AND IT WAS ALL THROUGH THE DAY.

    THE INAUGURATION, AND IT WAS ALL THROUGH THE DAY.

  • LOVETT, WHAT DID YOU MAKE OF THOSE CALLS FOR UNITY?

    団結を求める声をどう思う?

  • DO YOU THINK WE HAVE A CHANCE?

    DO YOU THINK WE HAVE A CHANCE?

  • HE ACKNOWLEDGED THE DIVISIVENESS IN THE COUNTRY, BUT DO YOU THINK

    HE ACKNOWLEDGED THE DIVISIVENESS IN THE COUNTRY, BUT DO YOU THINK

  • WE HAVE A CHANCE TO BOUNCE BACK FROM THAT NADER THAT WE SAW ON

    私たちは、私たちが見たネダーから立ち直るチャンスを持っています。

  • THE CAPITOL STEPS TWO WEEKS AGO?

    THE CAPITOL STEPS TWO WEEKS AGO?

  • >> I THOUGHT WHAT I LIKED ABOUT THE INAUGURAL IS IT WASN'T-- IT

    >> 私が就任式で気に入ったのは...

  • WAS HOPEFUL WITHOUT BEING NAIVE.

    意識がなくても幸せだった

  • AND IT TALKED ABOUT UNITY IN A WAY THAT I HAVEN'T REALLY HEARD

    そして、それは私が聞いたことがない方法で団結について話していました。

  • JOE BIDEN TALK ABOUT IT IN THE PAST, WHICH IS THAT IT WASN'T--

    ジョー・バイデンが過去に話したことがあるが、それはそれではなかったということだ...

  • HE DIDN'T TALK ABOUT IT AS SOMETHING YOU BEG FOR.

    彼はそれについて話していませんでした あなたが何かを求めているように。

  • HE TALKED ABOUT IT AS SOMETHING YO FIGHT FOR.

    HE TALKED ABOUT IT AS SOMETHING YO FIGHT FOR.

  • IF WE WANT TO HAVE SHARED FACTS, IF WE WANT SOTEE SHARED

    共有された事実を持ちたいならば、共有されたSOTEEを持ちたいならば...。

  • HUMANITY, IF WE WANT A NICE THING, PEOPLE DON'T TRY TO BURN

    人間性、私たちが良いものを望むならば、人々は燃やすことを試みることはありません。

  • THE CAPITOL DOWN WHEN THEY LOSE AN ELECTION, THEN WE DON'T JUST,

    彼らが選挙に負けた時、キャピタルダウンは、我々はただではありません。

  • LIKE, BEG OUR OPPONENTS TO BE NICE.

    "いいね!" "いいね!" "いいね!" "いいね!" "いいね!

  • WE POINT OUT THE FORCES AND MAKE PEOPLE PAY A POLITICAL PRICE FOR

    私たちは力を指摘し、人々に政治的な価格を払わせます。

  • EMBOLDENING THE FORCES OF PROPAGANDA, RACISM, BIGOTRY AND

    宣伝、レイシズム、ビゴトリズム、およびビゴトリの力を浮き彫りにする

  • LIES WE HAVE BEEN DEALING WITH FOR FOUR YEARS.

    LIES WE HAVE BEEN DEALING WITH FOR FOUR YEARS.

  • AND HE WAS VERY CLEAR ABOUT THAT.

    彼はそれを明確にしていました。

  • AND I THOUGHT THAT WAS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IF SOMETHING COMES OUT

    何かが出てきた時のために それが重要だと思ったんだ

  • OF THE LAST FOUR YEARS, FOUR YEARS OF SOMEBODY LYING TO US,

    OF THE LAST FOUR YEARS, FOUR YEARS OF SOMEBODY LYING TO US,

  • IT CAN BE THAT WE ARE FINALLY, COMPLETELY HONEST ABOUT HOW

    IT CAN BE THAT WE ARE FINALLY, COMPLETELY HONEST ABOUT HOW

  • BROKEN THINGS HAVE GOTTEN, HOW DANGEROUS SOME OF THESE FORCES

    壊れたものは、これらの力のうちどれほど危険なものになってしまったのか。

  • ARE, AND WHAT IT WILL TAKE TO FIX IT.

    そして、それを解決するのに何が必要か。

  • AND THAT, TO ME, WAS VERY HOPEFUL AND EXCITING.

    そして、それは私にとって、非常に希望に満ちていて、興奮していました。

  • THAT WAS WHEN I FELT THE EMOTION OF THE DAY THE MOST, I THINK.

    その日の感情を 感じた時だと思う

  • >> Stephen: TO ME, IT SEEMED LIKE THE ARGUMENT, ON A CERTAIN

    >> スティーブン:私には、それは特定の上の主張のように見えた。

  • LEVEL WAS, LET'S FIND UNITY, IF ONLY ON A UNITY THAT FACTS

    レベルは、統一性を見つけることができます。

  • MATTER, A UNITY THAT HUMAN BEINGS ARE AFFORDED DIGNITY.

    物質、人間の生命には尊厳が与えられているという統一性。

  • A UNITY THAT OUR INSTITUTIONS THAT SUSTAIN OUR DEMOCRACY ARE

    私たちの民主主義を維持する私たちの組織があるという結束

  • WORTH FIGHTING FOR.

    闘う価値がある

  • ANOTHER THING THAT BIDEN HAS A UNIQUE ABILITY TO ADDRESS IS

    バイデンが独自の対処能力を持っているもう一つのことは

  • LOSS AND GRIEF.

    喪失と悲しみ

  • AND, TOMMY, HOW-- WHY DO YOU THINK IT IS SO IMPORTANT THAT--

    そして、トミー、どうして...どうしてそれがそんなに重要だと思う...

  • FOR INSTANCE, THAT LAST NIGHT HE WENT TO THE REFLECTING POOL AND

    インスタンスでは、最後の夜、彼は反射するプールに行って

  • TOOK THAT MOMENT OF SILENCE AND REMINDED US THE NECESSITY FOR

    沈黙の瞬間を利用して、私たちに必要性を思い出させてくれた。

  • THAT RECOGNITION?

    THAT RECOGNITION?

  • >> YEAH, LOOK, EVERYONE THAT IS-- THAT HAS WORKED FOR JOE

    >> YEAH, LOOK, EVERYONE THAT IS-- THAT HAS WORKED FOR JOE

  • BIDEN OR WORKED AROUND HIM HAS A STORY ABOUT A TIME WHEN HE

    ビデンや彼の周りで働いていた人は、彼がいた頃の話を持っています。

  • REACHED OUT TO YOU WHEN YOU WERE STRUGGLING OR, LIKE, YOU SAW HIM

    苦労している時に手を差し伸べてくれたり、彼に会った時のように

  • GIVE HIS CELL PHONE OUT TO A STRANGER HE MET AT AN EVENT WHO

    彼の携帯電話をイベントで会った変な人に渡すんだ

  • EXPERIENCED LOSS AND HE ACTUALLY STAYED IN TOUCH WITH THEM.

    EXPERIENCED LOSS AND HE ACTUALLY STAYED IN TOUCH WITH THEM.

  • IT'S THE CORE OF WHO HE IS IS.

    それは彼が誰であるかの核心です。

  • THE MAN EXPERIENCED THIS UNIMAGINABLE LOSS AND TRAGEDY IN

    THE MAN EXPERIENCED THIS UNIMAGINABLE LOSS AND TRAGEDY IN

  • HIS LIFE AND HE CAME AWAY WITH IT WITH THIS BOTTOMLESS WELL OF

    HIS LIFE AND HE CAME AWAY WITH IT WITH THIS BOTTOMLESS WELL OF

  • EMPATHY FOR OTHERS.

    他の人への感情移入。

  • WHAT I THINK THAT MEANS FOR US AS PRESIDENT NOW IS HE IS GOING

    それが大統領としての私たちにとって何を意味するかというと、彼はこれから行くということです。

  • TO VIEW COVID AS A HUMAN PROBLEM AND NOT A POLITICAL PROBLEM.

    COVIDを政治的な問題ではなく、人間の問題として捉えること。

  • TRUMP GAVE UP ON MANAGING COVID.

    TRUMPは、COVIDを管理することを放棄しました。

  • HE DIDN'T WANT NATIONAL TESTING BECAUSE HE THOUGHT MORE CASES

    国家試験を嫌っていたのは、もっと多くの事件があると思っていたからです。

  • MADE HIM LOOK BAD.

    彼を悪者にした

  • HE DIDN'T WANT TO GIVE STATES MONEY TO DISTRIBUTE THE

    彼は州にお金を渡して配布することを望んでいなかった

  • VACCINES, BECAUSE HE DIDN'T WANT TO MAKE DEMOCRATIC GOVERNORS

    VACCINES、彼は民主党政権を作りたくなかったから。

  • LOOK GOOD.

    LOOK GOOD.

  • IT'S TRULY SHOCKING THAT WE HAVE HAD 400,000 DEATHS.

    40万人の死者が出ているのは本当に衝撃的です。

  • THERE HAS BEEN NO MEMORIAL SERVICE UNTIL TODAY.

    今日までメモリアルサービスはありません。

  • BUT WHAT I THINK BIDEN SAID THROUGH THE EVENT AND THE COVID

    でもバイデンがイベントとコヴィドを通して言ったことは

  • PLANT HE ANNOUNCEDDED IS, "I WILL GRIEVE WITH YOU.

    PLANT HE ANNOUNCEDDED IS, "I WILL GRIEVE WITH YOU.

  • I WILL TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS PROBLEM, AND I WILL OWN IT,

    私はこの問題に責任を持ち、それを自分のものにします。

  • BECAUSE WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER."

    BECAUSE WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER."

  • THAT IS A VERY DIFFERENT VISION OF LEADERSHIP.

    それは、リーダーシップの非常に異なるビジョンです。

  • >> Stephen: YOU GUYS WORKED ON CAMPAIGNS.

    >> スティーブン君らは選挙運動をしていた

  • DO YOU THINK IF THE LAST PRESIDENT HAD JUST TAKEN ONE

    DO YOU THINK IF THE LAST PRESIDENT HAD JUST TAKEN ONE

  • MOMENT TO ADDRESS THE GRIEF OF THE NATION, OR TO ACKNOWLEDGE

    国家の総意を述べる時、または認識する時

  • THE LOSS, HE MIGHT STILL BE PRESIDENT TODAY?

    損失は、彼はまだ今日の大統領になるかもしれない?

  • >> YES.

    >> YES!>>>>>>>>YES

  • I MEAN, UNFORTUNATELY.

    つまり、不幸なことに。

  • ( LAUGHS ) BECAUSE I THINK HE SHOULDN'T BE

    ( LAUGHS ) BECAUSE IINK HEULDN'T BE SHOULD'T BE

  • PRESIDENT FOR A NUMBER OF OTHER REASONS.

    PRESIDENT FOR A NUMBER OF OTHER REASONS.

  • >> Stephen: SURE.

    >> Stephen: SURE.

  • >> BUT I THINK AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC, THERE WAS

    >> しかし、私はパンデミックの始まりに、それがあったと思う。

  • ABSOLUTELY A MOMENT WHERE THE COUNTRY WAS YEARNING FOR ALEADER

    ABSOLUTELY A MOMENT WHERE THE COUNTRY WAS YEARNING FOR ALEADER

  • NECESSARILY AGREE WITH THAT PERSON, EVEN IF THEY DIDN'T VOTE

    NECESSARILY AGREE WITH THAT PERSON, EVEN IF THEY DIDN'T VOTE

  • FOR THAT PERSON.

    その人のために

  • AND HE COULDN'T SHOW EVEN A MODICUM OF EMPATHY FOR OTHERS,

    そして、彼は他人への思いやりのかけらも見せられなかった。

  • BECAUSE HE IS A NARCISSIST, OBSESSED WITH HIMSELF.

    彼はナルシストで自分に執着しているからだ

  • AND THAT WAS BASICALLY THE DEFINING CHARACTERISTIC OF THE

    それが、基本的には、このゲームの決定的な特徴だったのです。

  • ENTIRE PRESIDENCY, WAS SELFISHNESS.

    大統領職は自尊心を持っていた

  • >> Stephen: LET'S GET TO AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT, GAGA, J-LO,■ç

    >> スティーブン大事な話に移ります、ギャガ、J-LO、■ç

  • GARTH BROOKS.

    ガース・ブルックス

  • LOVETT, DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE PERFORMANCE TODAY?

    今日のお気に入りのパフォーマンスはありますか?

  • WHAT LEFT OUT?

    WHAT LEFT OUT?

  • >> OBVIOUSLY, AS A GAY AMERICAN, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT I CHOOSE

  • GAGA.

    GAGA.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) I MIGHT --

    ( LAUGHTER ) I MIGHT -- かもしれません。

  • >> Stephen: SURE, LEGALLY.

    >> スティーブン:SURE, LEGALLY.

  • >> LEGAL ME SPEAKING.

    >> リーガル・ミー・スピーキング。

  • AMAAMANDA GORMAN'S POEM WAS, OBVIOUSLY, BEAUTIFUL.

    アママンダ・ゴーマンの詩は、明らかに、美しかった。

  • BUT I WOULD-- I WOULD SAY THAT TED CRUZ PRETENDING HE DIDN'T

    でも僕は...僕はTED CRUZが知らないふりをしていたと言うよ

  • SUBORN A CUE TWO WEEKS AGO WAS EXTRAORDINARY.

    SUBORN A CUE TWO WEEKS AGO WAS EXTRAORDINARY.

  • >> Stephen: OSCARS.

    >> スティーブンOSCARS.

  • OSCARS.

    OSCARS.

  • >> KEVIN McCARTHY, LIKE GEORGE CASTANZA WANDERING AROUND LIKE

    >> >>ケビン・マッカートイ、ジョージ・キャスタンザのようにうろついている。

  • HE DIDN'T JUST DECLARE WAR ON THE WHOLE PLACE.

    HE DIDN'T JUST DECLARE WAR ON THE WHOLE PLACE.

  • HE VOTED AGAINST DEMOCRACY TWO WEEKS AGO!

    HE VOTED AGAINST DEMOCRACY TWO WEEKS AGO!

  • WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?

    WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?

  • ( LAUGHTER ) WE WERE THERE.

    ( LAUGHTER ) 私たちはそこにいました。

  • WE ALL SAW IT HAPPEN.

    WE ALL SAW IT HAPPEN.

  • IT WAS ON TELEVISION.

    テレビでやってた

  • >> Stephen: YES.

    >> スティーブンはい。

  • BUT YOU NOTICE-- >> HE CAME BACK IN AFTER THE CUE

    BUT YOU NOTICE-- >> HE CAME BACK IN AFTER THE CUE

  • ATTEMPT.

    ATTEMPT.

  • >> Stephen: THE TELEVISION CAMERAS, THERE'S RIGHT AND

    >> スティーブン:テレビカメラ、右と右があります。

  • THERE'S WRONG-- THE CAMERA CUTS TO TED CRUZ.

    カメラがTEDクルーズに切り替わってる

  • OR WHEN THEY TALK ABOUT, YOU KNOW, WE HAVE BEEN VISITED BY

    OR WHEN THEY TALK ABOUT, YOU KNOW, WE HAVE BEEN VISITED BY

  • EVIL, IT CUTS TO KEVIN McCARTHY.

    EVIL, IT CUTS TO KEVIN McCARTHY.

  • IT WAS INCREDIBLE, WHOEVER WAS PRODUCING IT, KNEW WHERE PEOPLE

    誰が制作していたのか、人の居場所を知っていたのか、信じられないような作品でした。

  • WERE SITTING.

    座っていた。

  • >> REMEMBER HOW YOU VOTED AGAINST DEMOCRACY, AND THEN YOU

    >> 民主主義に反対して投票したことを思い出してください。

  • HAD TO LEAVE YOUR OFFICE?

    HAD TO LEAVE YOUR OFFICE?

  • AND THEN WHEN YOU CAME BACK A BUNCH OF STRANGERS HAD PEED IN

    そして、あなたが戻ってきたとき、変人の塊が中でオシッコをしていた。

  • VARIOUS STRANGE PLACES?

    VARIOUS STRANGE PLACESES?

  • >> Stephen: WE'RE LIVE.

    >> スティーブンWE'RE LIVE.

  • WE'RE LIVE.

    WE'RE LIVE.

  • STOP THERE.

    そこで止まって

  • TOP IS THERE.

    トップはそこにある。

  • WE WERE LIVE.

    WE WERE LIVE.

  • YOU GUYS ALL WORKED FOR OBAMA.

    YOU GUYS ALL WORKED FOR OBAMA.

  • WHAT'S THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YOUR OLD BOSS AND THE NEW

    前の上司と新しい上司の関係は?

  • PRESIDENT?

    大統領?

  • THAT CLUTCH AT THE END, YOU KNOW, THE FIST BUMP, AND THE

    最後のクラッチを握って、拳をぶつけて、そして

  • CLUTCH AT THE END.

    最後のクラッチ。

  • WHAT DO YOU THINK IT MEANS TO OBAMA TO SEE HIS OLD FRIEND UP

    WHAT DO YOU THINK IT MEANS TO OBAMA TO SEE HIS OLD FRIEND UP

  • THERE?

    そこに?

  • AND WHAT DO YOU THINK IT MEANS TO THE NEW PRESIDENT TO HAVE

    AND WHAT DO YOU THINK IT MEANS TO THE NEW PRESIDENT TO HAVE

  • BEEN THERE WITH HIM THAT WHOLE TIME?

    BEEN THERE WITH HIM THAT WHOLE TIME?

  • >> I THINK THEY'RE, LIKE, GENUINELY VERY CLOSE.

    >> 私は、彼らは、まるで、純粋に非常に近いと思う。

  • I MEAN, THERE WAS A POINT IN TIME WHEN VICE PRESIDENT--

    つまり、ある時期に副大統領が...

  • THEN-VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN'S SON, BEAU, HAD JUST PASSED AWAY, TO

    副大統領の息子のBIDENのBEAUは、ちょうど通過したところだった

  • PAY FOR HIS HEALTH CARE, JOE BIDEN WAS THINKING ABOUT

    医療費の支払いのために ジョー・バイデンは考えていた

  • MORTGAGING HIS HOUSE.

    彼の家をモルタゲにした

  • AND, LIKE, BARACK OBAMA BSICALLY SAID, "DON'T DO THAT.

    そして、バラク・オバマが言ったように、"それをするな "と。

  • I WILL LOAN YOU THE MONEY."

    I WILL LOAN YOU THE MONEY."

  • THAT WAS THE CLOSENESS OF THAT RELATIONSHIP, RIGHT.

    THAT WAS THE CLOSENESS OF THAT RELATIONSHIP, RIGHT.

  • THEY WENT THROUGH FIRE TOGETHER FOR EIGHT YEARS.

    THEY WENT THROUGH FIRE TOGETHER FOR EIGHT YEARS.

  • JOE BIDEN KNOWS HE CAN CALL ON BARACK OBAMA FOR ANYTHING AT ANY

    ジョー・バイデンは バラク・オバマをいつでも呼び出せることを知っている

  • TIME.

    時間だ

  • I THINK IT'S-- IT'S LIKE-- IT'S HEARTWARMING TO SEE TWO HUMAN

    二人の人間を見ると心が温かくなります

  • BEINGS LIKE THAT INTERACTING.

    噛み合っているような存在。

  • >> Stephen: WELL, I-- IS HE-- DO YOU THINK HE'S GOING TO USE

    >> スティーブン彼は...彼は...彼は...彼が使うと思う?

  • THE OLD PRESIDENT OBAMA-- THE OLD PRESIDENT-- PRESIDENT OBAMA

    THE OLD PRESIDENT OBAMA-- THE OLD PRESIDENT-- PRESIDENT OBAMA

  • AS A RESOURCE?

    リソースとして?

  • IS THAT A-- I DON'T KNOW HOW COMMON THAT IS FOR ANY

    それは...どのくらい一般的なのか分からないが

  • PRESIDENT.

    大統領

  • BUT DO YOU THINK THE RELATIONSHIP IS CLOSE ENOUGH HE

    BUT DO YOU THINK THE RELATIONSHIP IS CLOSE ENOUGH HE

  • MIGHT TURN TO HIM FOR ADVICE AT TIMES?

    MIGHT TURN TO HIM FOR ADVICE AT TIMES?

  • >> OH, I THINK SO.

    >> そうだと思います。

  • BECAUSE I THINK THEY TALK ALL THE TIME.

    BECAUSE I THINK THEY TALK ALL THE TIME.

  • AND I KNOW THEY TALKED DURING THIS CAMPAIGN A LOT.

    そして、私は彼らがこのキャンペーン中に話をしたことを知っています。

  • AND I THINK BECAUSE THEY HAD SUCH A GOOD-- NOT JUST A GOOD

    そして、私は、彼らが持っていたからだと思っています...ただの良いだけではなく。

  • WORKING RELATIONSHIP BUT SUCH A GOOD PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP THAT

    仕事上の人間関係でありながら、人間関係はとても良好なのです。

  • BIDEN WILL BE CALLING HIM A LOT.

    バイデンは彼をたくさん呼んでいます。

  • WE HAVE TO TAKE A QUICK BREAK.

    WE HAVE TO TAKE A QUICK BREAK.

  • BUT WHEN WE COME BACK, I'LL ASK THE FELLAS ABOUT WHAT THE NEW

    BUT WHEN WE COME BACK, I'LL ASK THE FELLAS ABOUT WHAT THE NEW

  • ADMINISTRATION MEANS FOR THE COUNTRY GOING FORWARD.

    行政とは、前に進む国のための意味です。

  • STICK AROUND.

    回り込んで

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