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  • ♪ ♪ ♪ >> JAMES: HELLO, GOOD EVENING,

    ♪ ♪ ♪ >> >>

  • LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, AND WELCOME TO "THE LATE LATE SHOW."

    レイトショーへようこそ

  • THERE'S A BUZZ IN HERE.

    雑音が入ってきたぞ

  • IF YOU HAD SEEN US WALKING AROUND, THERE'S SPRINGS IN THESE

    私たちが歩いているのを見たならば、この中にはバネがあります。

  • HERE STEPS, BECAUSE WE HAVE SOME BIG NEWS TO ANNOUNCE.

    ここでのステップは、私たちは発表するためにいくつかの大きなニュースを持っているからです。

  • REALLY BIG, HUGE.

    本当に大きい、大きい。

  • YOU KNOW, WE HAVE BEEN WAITING A LONG TIME TO SAY THIS AT THE END

    YOU KNOW, WE HAVE BEEN WAITING A LONG TIME TO SAY THIS AT THE END

  • OF A STRESSFUL WEEK, AND WE CAN FINALLY SAY IT -- HENRY GOLDING

    ストレスの多い週だったが やっと言えるようになった ヘンリー・ゴールディング

  • IS ON THE SHOW TONIGHT IN STUDIO!

    IS ON THE SHOW TONIGHT IN STUDIO!

  • LIVE, HERE, RIGHT THERE!

    LIVE, HERE, RIGHT THERE!

  • ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) WE'LL ALSO BE CHATTING WITH

    ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) WE'LL ALSO BE CHATTING with with.

  • AUTHOR AND PROFESSOR OF AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES DR. MICHAEL

    著者であり、アフリカ・アメリカ研究の教授でもあるDR.マイケル

  • ERIC DYSON.

    エリック・ダイソン

  • AND LATER ON, WE'VE GOT A PERFORMANCE FROM THE DELIGHTFUL

    後日、私たちは喜びに満ちたパフォーマンスを得た

  • ELLA MAI, SO STICK AROUND.

    エラ・マイ、だから頑張れよ。

  • I THINK THAT'S ALL THE NEWS.

    I THINK THAT'S ALL THE NEWS.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) ONE OTHER THING, BEFORE I

    ( LAUGHTER ) もう一つ、その前に

  • FORGET, IT LOOKS LIKE JOE BIDEN WILL BE

    忘れてくれ ジョー・バイデンのようだ

  • THE 46TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

    アメリカ合衆国の第46代大統領

  • (CHEER BUTTON) WE THINK.

    (CHEER BUTTON) WE THINK.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) I DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON.

    ( LAUGHTER ) I don't know what's going on.

  • I HAVEN'T SLEPT PROPERLY IN A LONG TIME, SO I CAN'T TELL IF

    私は長い間、うまく寝ていなかったので、私は伝えることができますか?

  • ANY OF THIS IS REAL.

    これは現実だ

  • I MEAN, IT'S A FRIDAY, WHY ARE WE EVEN ON THE AIR?

    金曜なのになぜ放送してるの?

  • WE DON'T TAPE FRIDAYS?

    金曜は放送しないのか?

  • WHAT'S GOING ON?

    WHAT'S GOING ON?

  • WHO ARE YOU?

    WHO ARE YOU?

  • WHAT?

    WHAT?

  • THIS IS HOW MY DAY STARTED, MY WIFE GOT A TEXT AT 5:00 A.M.

    これが私の一日の始まりだ 妻は午前5時にメールを受け取った

  • FROM ONE OF THE MUMS AT OUR CHILDREN'S SCHOOL, AND I MEAN

    私たちの子供の学校のムスメの一人からです

  • THE LAPTOP IN THEIR BEDROOM.

    ベッドルームのラップトップ。

  • THE TEXT SAID, TURN ON THE TV, THE ANNOUNCEMENT IS IMMINENT.

    "テレビをつけろ" "発表は間もなくだ "と書いてあった

  • THAT WAS AT 5:00 A.M.

    それは午前5時だった。

  • WE TAPED THE SHOW AT 3:00 IN THE AFTERNOON AND NOTHING'S CHANGED

    昼の3時に放送しましたが 何も変わっていませんでした

  • SINCE THEN.

    SINCE THEN.

  • IT WAS 2:53, RIGHT, ROB?

    2時53分だったよな、そうだろ、ロブ?

  • >> 253.

    >> 253.

  • 253 AT 5:00 A.M., AND EVERYONE WAS SAYING, IT'S THE

    253 午前5時の時点で 誰もが言っていた それは

  • SAME.

    同じだ

  • I SAID, ARE YOU KIDDING?

    I SAID, ARE YOU KIDDING?

  • THEY'RE ADDICTED TO THIS!

    彼らはこれに夢中だ!

  • ARE YOU JOKING?

    ARE YOU JOKING?

  • THEY'RE NOT TURNING OFF.

    THEY'RE NOT TURNING OFF.

  • THEY'VE SAID THE SAME THING FOR 16 HOURS NOW.

    16時間前から同じことを言っていた

  • THEY'RE CRAZY FOR THESE DUDES TAPPING A SCREEN!

    スクリーンにタップするバカに夢中だ!

  • DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS TO THE SCREENS WHEN THE ELECTION IS

    DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS TO THE SCREENS WHEN THE ELECTION IS

  • DONE, ROB?

    終わりだ、ロブ?

  • >> PUT THEM AWAY FOR FOUR YEARS.

    >> PUT THEM AWAY FOR FOUR YEARS.

  • >> James: BECAUSE I WOULD LOVE ONE.

    >> ジェームス私が好きだから。

  • >> Reggie: IT WOULD BE SO MUCH FUN.

    >> レジー:すごく楽しいよ。

  • >> REG HAS ONE.

    >> REG HAS ONEです。

  • >> James: YOU HAVE ONE THAT'S ALSO PROBABLY A WATCH.

    >> ジェームズ君の持っているのは 腕時計の可能性もある

  • I WOULD LOVE ONE.

    I WOULD LOVE ONE.

  • I WOULD BE LIKE, KIDS, GATHER IN.

    I WOULD BE LIKE, KIDS, GATHER IN.

  • THIS ROOM, THIS ROOM AND THIS ROOM HAVEN'T BEEN CLEANED.

    この部屋とこの部屋とこの部屋は 掃除されていない

  • ( LAUGHTER ) AND IF YOU LOOK -- IF YOU LOOK

    ( LAUGHTER ) AND IF YOU LOOK -- IF YOU LOOK

  • HERE, NOW THIS IS COMING IN TO ME NOW, MAX, YOU LEFT YOUR

    HERE, NOW THIS IS COMING IN TO ME NOW, MAX, YOU LEFT YOUR

  • DINNER OUT, WHICH MEANS YOUR POCKET MONEY GOES DOWN TO --

    夕方の外食で、つまりあなたのポケットのお金は下がることになる--。

  • IT'S COMING IN NOW -- THERE, 38%.

    入ってきます ここで38%です

  • ( LAUGHTER ) BUT WE DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOING

    ( LAUGHTER ) BUT WE don't know what's going?

  • ON AND THIS ALL KICKED OFF THIS MORNING WHEN DECISION DESK HQ,

    ON AND THIS ALL KICKED OFF THIS MORNING WHEN DECISION DESK HQ,

  • THEY WERE THE FIRST OUTLET TO CALL THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA

    THEY WERE THE FIRST OUTLET TO CALL THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA

  • AND THEREFORE CALL THE ENTIRE ELECTION FOR JOE BIDEN.

    AND THEREFORE CALL THE ENTIRE ELECTION FOR JOE BIDEN.

  • AND IT WAS, LIKE, THAT'S IT.

    そして、それは、まるで、それだけだった。

  • I MEAN, IT'S ALL WRAPPED UP.

    つまり、それはすべてのラップアップされています。

  • THIS IS THE LAST TIME WE'LL EVER HEAR FROM DONALD TRUMP.

    これが最後の時間だ ドナルド・トランプの言葉を聞くのは

  • ( APPLAUSE ) DONE!

    ( APPLAUSE ) DONE!

  • NOW, I DON'T KNOW IF ANY OTHER NETWORKS HAVE CALLED THE RACE

    今、私は知らない 他のネットワークがレースを呼んだかどうか

  • AND THIS TIME -- I TELL YOU WHO I FEEL BAD FOR.

    そして今回は...誰に悪いと思っているのか教えます。

  • I FEEL BAD FOR THE WHITE HOUSE AIDE WHO RIGHT NOW IS RUNNING

    ホワイトハウスの補佐官が 逃げているのが気の毒だわ

  • AROUND SWITCHING THE WHITE HOUSE TO ALL THE TVs TO A CHANNEL

    AROUND SWITCHING THE WHITE HOUSE TO ALL THE TVs TO A CHANNEL

  • THAT STILL SAYS IT'S TOO CLOSE TO CALL.

    まだ電話するには 惜しいってことだ

  • ( LAUGHTER ) IMAGINE WHAT IT FEELS LIKE IN

    ( LAUGHTER ) IMAGINE WHAT IT FEELS LIKE IN

  • THE WHITE HOUSE AT THE MOMENT.

    その瞬間のホワイトハウス

  • IF YOU WORK IN THE WHITE HOUSE AND YOU HAVE BEEN THERE 25

    ホワイトハウスで働いていて 25年の経験があるなら

  • YEARS, YOU MUST BE JUST WALKING AROUND LIKE, OH, TOUGH DAY.

    歩き回ってるだけで大変な日だったな

  • AND THEN TURN A CORNER AND WAS LIKE -- (LAUGHING) -- SORRY,

    曲がり角を曲がると、まるで...

  • IVANKA, IT'S A TOUGH DAY.

    イバンカ 大変な日だな

  • JARED, YOUR LUNCH IS ON ITS WAY.

    ジャレッド、お昼はもうすぐよ

  • (LAUGHING).

    (笑)。

  • ( LAUGHTER ) BUT THIS H NEWS IS A HUGE CAUSE

    ( LAUGHTER ) BUT THIS H NEWS IS A HUGE CAUSE

  • FOR CELEBRATIONS, IF WE WERE ALLOWED TO HAVE CELEBRATIONS.

    FOR CELEBRATIONS, IF WE WERE ALLOWED TO HAVE CELEBRATIONS.

  • I CAN'T IMAGINE WHAT THIS IS FOR JOE BIDEN.

    これがジョー・ビデンのためのものだとは 想像もできない

  • I IMAGINE HE'S LETTING HIS HAIR DOWN AND GETTING INTO A LITTLE

    髪の毛を下ろして、少しだけ髪を下ろしているところを想像してみてください。

  • MALARKEY.

    マラキー

  • AVIATORS ON, COUPLE OF ICE CREAMS, AND SAYING, GUYS, I KNOW

    飛行士が乗って アイスクリームのカップルが言ってた みんな、私は知っているって

  • I SAID NO MALARKEY, BUT IT'S TIME FOR SOME MALARKEY.

    マラキーはダメと言ったが、マラキーの時間だ

  • >> Reggie: MALARKEY TIME.

    >> レジー:MALARKEY TIME。

  • >> James: DO YOU KNOW WHAT DECISION DESK HQ IS, REG?

    >>ジェームスディシジョン・デスク本部が何か知ってますか、REG?

  • >> Reggie: SOUNDS LIKE HEADQUARTERS FOR A SPECIFIC DESK

    >> レジー:特定の机のヘッドクォーターのように聞こえる。

  • THAT, LIKE, ANNOUNCES THINGS OFFICIALLY.

    公式に発表しているようなものだ

  • >> James: THAT MAKES DECISIONS.

    >> ジェームスそれが決断を下す。

  • >> Reggie: YES.

    >> レジー:はい。

  • >> James: IT SOUNDS LIKE THAT.

    >> ジェームズそのように聞こえます。

  • I THINK IT SOUNDS LIKE ONE OF THOSE -- LIKE A POLITICAL

    そのうちの一つのように聞こえるんだが...政治的なもののように

  • VERSION OF ONE OF THE -- YOU KNOW THE RANDOM CELEBRITY -- THE

    あなたが知っているランダムなセレブの一つのバージョンは...

  • THINGS THEY CALL LIKE, YOU KNOW, CELEBRITY BUZZ WORLDWIDE.

    THINGS THEY CALL LIKE, YOU KNOW, CELEBRITY BUZZ WORLDWIDE.

  • >> YEAH.

    >> YEAH.

  • >> James: AND THEY'RE LIKE AT THE BOTTOM OF A WEB SITE AND IT

    >> ジェームスウェブサイトの下の方にあるような感じで

  • HAS EIGHT SQUARES, YOU CAN'T MAKE ONE OUT AND IT JUST SAYS

    8つの正方形を持っていて、1つの正方形を作成することができず、それはただ言うだけです。

  • SOMETHING LIKE THIS IS HOW MADONNA CHEATED DEATH!

    SOMETHING LIKE THIS IS HOW MADONNA CHEATED DEATH!

  • YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?

    意味が分かるか?

  • OR SAID SOMETHING LIKE BILLY JOEL IN PARACHUTE ACCIDENT!

    パラシュート・アクシデントでのビリー・ジョエルのようなことを言っていた!

  • ( LAUGHTER ) AND YOU'RE, LIKE, THAT CAN'T BE

    ( LAUGHTER ) and you're, like, THAT CAN'T BE

  • RIGHT, BUT I'LL CLICK ON IT, AND IT WILL SAY, BILLY!

    右だけどクリックするとこう言うんだ ビリー!

  • CLICK THE NEXT SLIDE, AND JOEL!

    次のスライドをクリックして、JOEL!

  • LIKES PARACHUTES NEVER DIED.

    LIKES PARACHUTES NEVER DIED.

  • NEXT ONE.

    NEXT ONE.

  • YOU KNOW THE SITES I'M TALKING ABOUT, RIGHT?

    私が話しているサイトを知っていますか?

  • FIVE SIGNS YOUR DOGS ARE COMMUNIST.

    FIVE SIGNS YOUR DOGS ARE COMMUNIST.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) THAT'S IT.

    ( LAUGHTER ) THAT'S IT.

  • BUT LOOK AT US, GANG!

    見ろよ ギャング!

  • THIS IS WHAT GOOD NEWS FEELS LIKE.

    THIS IS WHAT GOOD NEWS FEELS LIKE.

  • I'D ALMOST FORGOTTEN HOW TO SMILE.

    笑顔の仕方を忘れていました。

  • >> Reggie: YEAH.

    >> レジー:ええええええええええええええええええええええええええええええ

  • >> James: IS THAT MY SMILE?

    >> ジェームスこれが私の笑顔?

  • CLOSE.

    閉じて

  • >> James: IS IT?

    >> ジェームスそうなの?

  • >> Reggie: THAT'S LIKE A SCHOOL PICTURE SMILE.

    >> レジー:学校の写真のような笑顔だ。

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> James: YOU KNOW WHAT THIS

    (笑) >> ジェームズ.これが何か知ってるだろ

  • MEANS?

    何のことだ?

  • THIS MEANS TRUMP COULD BE THE FIRST ONE-TERM PRESIDENT IN 28

    THIS MEANS TRUMP COULD BE THE FIRST ONE-TERM PRESIDENT IN 28

  • YEARS.

    YEARS.

  • THE LAST PRESIDENT TO LOSE A REELECTION WAS GEORGE H.W. BUSH,

    選挙を失う最後の大統領はジョージ・H・W・ブッシュでした。

  • AND I KNOW THESE ARE THE KINDS OF HISTORICAL FACTS THAT YOU

    これがあなたが知っている歴史的事実の種類だと知っています

  • COME TO ME FOR.

    私のところに来て

  • TRUMP COULD BE THE FIRST ONE-TERM PRESIDENT IN 28 YEARS.

    TRUMP COULD BE THE FIRST ONE-TERM PRESIDENT IN 28 YEARS.

  • COINCIDENTALLY 28 YEARS IS EXACTLY HOW LONG THIS WEEK HAS

    COINCIDENTALLY 28年というのは、まさにこの一週間がどのくらい続いているのかということです。

  • FELT.

    FELT.

  • THIS ALSO MEANS THAT KAMALA HARRIS WILL BE THE FIRST FEMALE

    THIS ALSO MEANS THAT KAMALA HARRIS WILL BE THE FIRST FEMALE

  • AND THE FIRST PERSON OF COLOR TO BE ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT IN

    AND THE FIRST PERSON OF COLOR TO BE ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT IN

  • AMERICAN HISTORY.

    アメリカの歴史。

  • ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) INCREDIBLE!

    ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) INCREDIBLE!

  • ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!

    ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!

  • ONE THING IS CERTAIN, HISTORY WILL REMEMBER HER NAME EVEN IF

    一つだけ確かなことは、歴史はたとえ彼女の名前を覚えていても

  • FOX NEWS CONTINUALLY MISPRONOUNCES IT.

    FOX NEWS CONTINUALLY MISPRONOUNCES IT.

  • SO WE'RE GOING TO GET AMERICA'S FIRST FEMALE AND PERSON OF COLOR

    SO WE'RE GOING TO GET AMERICA'S FIRST FEMALE AND PERSON OF COLOR

  • VICE PRESIDENT WHICH IS A HUGE DEPARTURE FROM MIKE PENCE WHO

    副大統領はマイク・ペンスとは大きくかけ離れている

  • WAS AMERICA'S LEAST FEMALE AND PERSON OF COLOR VICE PRESIDENT.

    アメリカで最も女性と人の色の副大統領だった。

  • IT'S AMAZING IN A COUPLE OF YEARS FROM NOW WE WILL ONLY

    数年後には驚くべきことになっています。

  • REMEMBER MIKE PENCE' NAME BECAUSE A FLY ONCE LANDED ON HIS

    彼にハエが飛んできたので、マイク・ペンスの名前を覚えていますか?

  • HEAD.

    HEAD.

  • THAT WILL BE THE DEFINING MOMENT OF HIS TIME AS VICE PRESIDENT.

    それは副大統領としての彼の時間の決定的な瞬間となるでしょう。

  • I GUARANTEE YOU, YOU WILL BE SOMEWHERE AND GO, WHAT IS IT,

    I GUARANTEE YOU, YOU WILL BE SOMEWHERE AND GO, WHAT IS IT,

  • HAD THE FLY ON HIS HEAD -- MIKE PENCE!

    頭にハエを乗せていた マイク・ペンス!

  • THAT'S IT!

    それだけだ!

  • ( LAUGHTER ) AND THE PRESIDENCY MAY NOT ONLY

    ( LAUGHTER ) AND THE PRESIDENCY MAY NOT ONLY

  • BE TRUMP'S LAST LOSS.

    トランプの最後の敗北だ

  • FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS AGO HE'S BEEN GET PROTECTIONS ON TWITTER

    FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS AGO HE'S BEEN GET PROTECTIONS ON TWITTER

  • BECAUSE HE'S HEAD OF STATE, BUT IF HE KEEPS TWEETING AS A

    彼は国家のトップだからだが、しかし、彼がツイッターを続けるならば

  • CIVILIAN HE COULD BE PERMANENTLY BANNED FROM THE SITE.

    CIVILIAN HE COULD BE PERMANENTLY BANNED FROM THE SITE.

  • A TWITTER-FREE TRUMP WOULD TAKEN GETTING USED TO.

    ツイッターフリーのトランプは慣れるのに時間がかかります。

  • TRUMP WITHOUT TWITTER, LIKE GUY FIERI WITHOUT HAIR GEL.

    トランプはツイッターを使わないし 髪の毛にジェルをつけないガイフィエリのように

  • ( LAUGHTER ) NOW, LOOK, THIS IS OBVIOUSLY,

    (笑) いいか これは正真正銘の

  • FOR MANY OF US, A CELEBRATORY DAY.

    私たちの多くにとっては お祝いの日です。

  • BUT WE HAVE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT FOR MANY PEOPLE OUT THERE

    しかし、私たちは多くの人々がそこにいることを認識しなければなりません。

  • WATCHING, THIS IS A DAY THAT'S TINGED WITH SADNESS.

    WATCHING, THIS IS A DAY THAT'S TINGED WITH SADNESS.

  • IT IS.

    IT IS.

  • WE ARE A NATION DIVIDED AND A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE HAD TO SAY

    WE ARE A NATION DIVIDED AND A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE HAD TO SAY

  • GOODBYE TO SOMEONE THEY'VE GROWN VERY MUCH, I'M REFERRING TO

    ♪GOODBYE TO THEOMEONE THEY VE VERY MUCH 成長した人にさよなら I'MERRING TO THEOMEONE

  • MSNBC'S ELECTORAL EXPERT, STEVE CKANAKI.

    MSNBCのELECTORAL EXPERT、STEVE CKANAKI。

  • >> WE HAVE ONE IMPORTANT STEP.

    >> WE HAVE ONE IMPORTANT STEP.

  • WHAT WE NEED TO DO IS -- THAT'S RIGHT, THIS IS LIKE BEING IN

    WHAT WE NEED TO DO IS -- THAT'S RIGHT, THIS IS LIKE BEING IN

  • CHURCH YOU DON'T WANT TO OFFEND THE CHURCH ELDERS HERE.

    ここの教会は、教会のエルダーを怒らせたくない。

  • IT JUST CAME UP.

    浮かび上がってきた

  • SO TO REFRESH THE SITUATION, SO EXCITING, SO ENTHUSIASTIC.

    SO TO REFRESH THE SITUATION, SO EXCITING, SO ENTHUSIASTIC.

  • >> OH, BOY, LOOK WHT YOU JUST DID.

    >> おいおい、見てみろよ、お前がやったんだぞ。

  • ♪ ♪

    ♪ ♪

  • ( APPLAUSE ) >> James: WE'RE GOING TO MISS

    ( APPLAUSE ) >> ジェームズ.寂しくなってきました

  • YOU STEVE!

    スティーブ!

  • SEE YOU SOON BUDDY.

    またね、相棒

  • WHEN WE COME BACK, WE'LL TALK WITH DR. ERIC MICHAEL DYSON.

    戻ってきたら博士と話をしようエリック・マイケル・ダイソン

♪ ♪ ♪ >> JAMES: HELLO, GOOD EVENING,

♪ ♪ ♪ >> >>

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