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  • >> Stephen: WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY.

    >> スティーブンおかえりなさい、皆さん。

  • LET'S SAY HELLO TO OUR FRIEND, MR. JON BATISTE.

    私たちの友人に挨拶しましょう MR.JON BATISTE

  • HELLO, JON!

    ハロー、ジョン!

  • >> Jon: HELLO.

    >> ジョン: HELLO.

  • WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH YOU?

    WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH YOU?

  • >> Stephen: CONGRATULATIONS, TWO GRAMMY NOMINATIONS TODAY!

    >> スティーブン:おめでとう、今日は2つのグラミー賞にノミネートされました。

  • >> Jon: YES, INDEED.

    >> ジョンはい、そうです。

  • OH, I'M SO GRATEFUL AND THANKFUL THAT THE MUSIC IS CONNECTING

    ああ、音楽がつながっていることに感謝し、感謝しています。

  • WITH PEOPLE AND ADDING TO PEOPLE'S LIVES.

    人々と一緒に、人々の生活を豊かにする。

  • >> Stephen: WELL BE DESERVED.

    >> スティーブン望まれている。

  • YOU AND WORRY WONG.

    YOU AND WORRY WONG.

  • THAT'S THE NAME OF THAT ALBUM.

    これがそのアルバムの名前です。

  • >> Jon: "MEDITATIONS."

    >> ジョン"瞑想"

  • "MEDICATIONS.

    "MEDICATIONS.

  • AND "CHRONOLOGY OF A DREAM."

    そして「夢の年代記」。

  • YOU WERE THERE.

    君はそこにいた

  • >> Stephen: I WAS THERE.

    >> スティーブン私はそこに何をしている。

  • AS A MATTER OF FACT I WAS JUST LISTENING TO THE VERY THOUGHT OF

    実のところ、私はただ思いついたことを聞いていただけです。

  • YOU, YOU AND RACHEL, THIS WEEKEND.

    YOU, YOU AND RACHEL, THIS WEEKEND.

  • AMAZING.

    素晴らしい。

  • >> Jon: OH, YES.

    >> ジョンああ、はい。

  • >> Stephen: YOU'VE GOT MY VOTE.

    >> スティーブンあなたは私の票を持っています。

  • >> Jon: HEY, NOW, LET'S GET IT!

    >> ジョン:HEY, NOW, LET'S GET IT!

  • COME ON!

    来いよ!

  • >> Stephen: LET'S SWING THIS ONE.

    >> スティーブンこれで勝負しましょう

  • >> Jon: YEAH, YEAH.

    >> ジョンイェーア、イェーア。

  • >> Sephen: HEY, STICK AROUND, I'M ABOUT TO INTERVIEW BARACK

    >> セフン。ねえ、立ち止まって、私はバラクにインタビューしようとしています。

  • OBAMA.

    OBAMA.

  • I THINK YOU'RE GOING TO LIKE IT.

    I THINK YOU'RE GOING TO LIKE IT.

  • >> Jon: I HEARD, I HEARD.

    >> ジョンI HEARD, I HEARD.

  • I THINK I WILL.

    AND THINK I WILL.

  • >> Stephen: JON BATISTE, EVERYBODY.

    >> スティーブンジョン・バティステ、エブリバディ

  • >> Jon: LATER ON.

    >>ジョン。後ほど。

  • >> Stephen: THANKS, JON.

    >> スティーブンありがとう、ジョン

  • FOLKS, YESTERDAY, I HAD THE HONOR TO SIT DOWN WITH OUR 44th

    FOLKS, YESTERDAY, I HAD THE HONOR TO SIT DOWN WITH OUR 44th

  • PRESIDENT, BARACK OBAMA, WHOSE NEW BOOK, "A PROMISED LAND," IS

    大統領 バラク・オバマ 新著「約束の地」は...

  • OUT NOW.

    今すぐに

  • JIM?

    JIM?

  • WELL, PRESIDENT OBAMA, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING ME TODAY.

    オバマ大統領 今日は本当にありがとうございました

  • >> IT IS WONDERFUL TO BE HERE.

    >> >> ここにいることは素晴らしいことです。

  • THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME.

    THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME.

  • >> Stephen: IT'S GOOD TO SEE YOU.

    >> スティーブン会えてよかった

  • >> IT IS GOOD-- IT IS GOOD TO BE SEEN.

    >> 見られるのは良いことだ。

  • I'VE BEEN SEEING YOU ON TELEVISION, BUT IT'S GOOD TO SEE

    I'VE BEEN SEEING YOU ON TELEVISION, BUT IT'S GOOD TO SEE

  • YOU IN PERSON.

    あなたの中のあなた。

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S NICE.

    >> スティーブンいいね

  • HOW OLD ARE YOU?

    HOW OLD ARE YOU?

  • ARE YOU-- ARE YOU-- ARE YOU 18 AND 54?

    ARE YOU-- ARE YOU-- ARE YOU 18 AND 54?

  • >> I'M NOT THE DEMOGRAPHIC YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.

    >> I'M NOT THE DEMOGRAPHIC YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.

  • >> Stephen: IT DOESN'T COUNT.

    >> スティーブンそれはカウントされません。

  • I APOLOGIZE, IT DOESN'T COUNT.

    申し訳ありませんが、カウントされません。

  • >> MICHELLE SAYS HEY.

    >> MICHELLE SAYS HEY.

  • >> Stephen: GOOD.

    >> スティーブンGOODなんです。

  • >> YOU KNOW SHE LOVES YOU.

    >> YOU KNOW SHE LOVES YOU.

  • >> Stephen: I HAVE REALLY ENJOYED SPENDING TIME WITH HER

    >> スティーブン彼女との時間を過ごすのが本当に楽しかった

  • OVER THE LAST FOUR YEARS.

    OVER THE LAST FOUR YEARS.

  • >> I KNOW, AND SHE ADORS YOU.

    >> 知っているし、彼女はあなたを愛している。

  • SHE THINKS THE WORLD OF YOU.

    彼女はあなたのことを考えています。

  • I THINK YOU'RE OKAY.

    I THINK YOU'RE OKAY.

  • >> Stephen: CAN WE JUST TAKE MOMENT-- I CAN JUST-- AND I WANT

    >> スティーブン: 私たちはただただ... 私はただ... そして私は望む

  • TO TALK.

    話すこと。

  • I JUST WANT TO TAKE A MOMENT TO DRINK YOU IN FOR JUST A MOMENT.

    ほんの少しの間だけ 君を飲みに行きたいんだ

  • BECAUSE I'M HAVING TO GET USED TO LOOKING AT A PRESIDENT.

    BECAUSE I'M HAVING to get used to get used to look at a PRESIDENT.

  • ( LAUGHING ) AGAIN.

    ( LAUGHING ) AGAIN.

  • YOU KNOW, I'VE GOTTEN OUT OF-- I'VE GOTTEN OUT OF THE HABIT.

    知ってるだろうが、俺はもうその習慣から抜け出したんだ。

  • I HAVE TO WARM UP FOR JOE BIDEN.

    そしてジョー・バイデンを温めなければならない。

  • I DON'T WANT TO PULL ANYTHING WHEN I SEE HIM TAKE THE OATH OF

    彼が誓いを立てるのを見て 何かを引っ張りたくない

  • OFFICE.

    OFFICE.

  • YOU HAVE TO EASE ME INTO THIS A LITTLE BIT.

    YOU HAVE TO EASE ME INTO THIS A LITTLE BIT.

  • >> JOE'S GOING TO BE AGREEMENT.

    >> >> JOEが合意に達した。

  • >> Stephen: I HAVE NO DOUBT.

    >> スティーブンI HAVE NO DOUBT.

  • >> AND KAMALA IS GOING TO BE GREAT.

    >> そして、KAMALAは素晴らしいものになるでしょう。

  • THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE BIG CHALLENGES AHEAD, BUT, YOU KNOW,

    彼らには大きな挑戦が待っていますが、しかし、あなたは知っています。

  • WE'VE GOT THE POTENTIAL OF RETURNING TO A PRESIDENCY THAT

    私たちは大統領に戻る可能性を持っています

  • IS ACTUALLY PAYING ATTENTION AND TRYING TO DO RIGHT BY ALL PEOPLE

    実際に注意を払い、すべての人々に正しいことをしようとしています。

  • AND NOT JUST SOME.

    AND NOT JUST SOME.

  • >> Stephen: A LOT OF ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CABINET

    >> スティーブン:たくさんのキャビネットの発表がありました。

  • POSITIONS OVER THE LAST TWO DAYS?

    POSITIONS OVER THE LAST TWO DAYS?

  • >> YES, PEOPLE I KNOW.

    >> そう、知っている人は知っています。

  • >> Stephen: GUYS YOU KNOW.

    >> スティーブンGUYS YOU KNOW.

  • THERE'S A WHOLE LOT OF RETURN TO THE SORT OF-- THE STABILITY

    安定性には多くのリターンがあります

  • AND-- WHAT'S THAT WORD?

    それで...その言葉は?

  • COMPETENCY.

    COMPETENCY.

  • ( LAUGHS ) OF YOUR EIGHT YEARS.

    ( LAUGHS ) OF YOUR EIGHT YEARS.

  • WHICH IS NOVEL.

    どれが小説なのか。

  • WHICH IS AS GOOD AS A VACATION RIGHT NOW, SOMEBODY THAT

    WHICH IS AS GOOD AS A VACATION RIGHT NOW, SOMEBODY THAT

  • ACTUALLY WANTS TO DO THE JOB THEY'RE HIRED TO DO.

    実際に雇われた仕事をしたいと思っています。

  • THAT'S AN INTERESTING IDEA, ISN'T IT.

    それは興味深いアイデアですね。

  • >> Stephen: AND HAS EXPERIENCE, AND HAS READ ABOUT

    >> Stephen: AND HAS EXPERIENCE, AND HAS READ ABOUT ABOUT.

  • STUFF, AND KNOWS WHERE COUNTRIES ARE.

    物を持っていて、国がどこにあるかを知っている。

  • IT'S GREAT.

    最高だよ

  • >> Stephen: SO, HOW YOU BEEN?

    >> スティーブン: それで、どうだった?

  • HOW YOU BEEN THE LAST FOUR YEARS?

    HOW YOU BEEN THE LAST FOUR YEARS?

  • I HAVEN'T SEEN A LOT OF YOU.

    君を見たことがないんだ

  • >> NO.

    >> ω・)ノ。

  • >> Stephen: AND IT'S BEEN KIND OF-- I DON'T KNOW IF YOU'VE BEEN

    >> 仝それに、あなたがしたことがあるかどうかはわからないけど、ちょっと...

  • PAYING ATTENTION-- IT'S BEEN KIND OF CRAZY OUT HERE.

    注意してください -- ここはちょっと狂ったようになっています。

  • ( LAUGHING ) WE'RE ALL-- WE'RE ALL A LITTLE

    ( LAUGHING ) WE'RE ALL-- WE'RE ALL A LITTLE

  • TIRED.

    疲れた

  • THIS IS HOW I WANT TO SIT.

    ここに座りたいんだ

  • THIS IS MY ACTUAL-- THIS IS AMERICA'S POSTURE.

    これが私の実際の...これがアメリカの姿勢です。

  • WE'RE A LITTLE BIT LIKE A BONED FISH RIGHT NOW, AND IT'S ONE OF

    WE'RE A LITTLE BIT LIKE A BONED FISH RIGHT NOW, AND IT'S ONE OF

  • THE REASONS WHY IT'S NICE TO SEE YOU.

    君に会えて良かったと思う理由

  • SO I'M-- >> LISTEN, I'M-- I AM GOOD.

    私は... >> 聞いて、私は... 私は良いわ

  • >> Stephen: YEAH.

    >> スティーブンああ

  • >> BUT I THINK THAT I-- I AM TYPICAL OF A LOT OF US WHO ARE

    >> しかし、私は...私は多くの人がそうであることの典型だと思っています。

  • LUCKY ENOUGH THAT OUR JOBS HAVEN'T BEEN ENDANGERED, BECAUSE

    幸いにも私たちの仕事は、そのせいで危険にさらされていません。

  • I WAS ALREADY OUT OF A JOB AS A- AS A CONSEQUENCE OF COVID.

    私はすでに失業していた コヴィドの結果として

  • >> Stephen: DO YOU HAVE ANY PROSPECTS?

    >> スティーブン前途はありますか?

  • >> I HAVEN'T HAD ANYBODY IN MY IMMEDIATE FAMILY GET SICK.

    >> I HAVEN'T HAD ANYBODY IN MY IMMEDIATE FAMILY GET SICK.

  • YOU KNOW, WE DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THE BILLS.

    YOU KNOW, WE DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THE BILLS.

  • AND, YOU KNOW, SO ON THE ONE HAND, WE'VE HAD OUR GIRLS AT

    一方では、私たちは、女の子たちを連れてきました。

  • HOME.

    HOME.

  • THAT HAS BEEN A COMPLETE JOY FOR US.

    それは私たちにとって完全な喜びとなっています。

  • I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THEM.

    私は彼らのことを知らない。

  • AND THEN, YOU KNOW, THE-- I THINK I'VE USED THIS PHRASE

    そして、その後、あなたが知っている、その - 私はこの段階を使用してきたと思います。

  • BEFORE-- THE SHAMBOLIC NATURE OF THE GOVERNMENT RESPONSE,

    BEFORE--政府の反応のシャンボリズム的な性質。

  • OBVIOUSLY, HAS BEEN FRUSTRATING.

    苛立たせているのは明白だ

  • >> Stephen: ESPECIALLY AFTER YOU LEFT A GAME PLAN.

    >> Stephen: ESPECIALLY AFTER YOU LEFT A GAME PLAN.

  • >> YES.

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

  • >> Stephen: FOR THIS VERY SPECIFIC THING.

    >> スティーブンこの非常に特殊なことのために。

  • AND TALKED ABOUT IT BEFORE YOU LEFT.

    AND TALKED ABOUT IT BEFORE YOU LEFT.

  • >> YES, YES.

    >> YES、YES。

  • >> Stephen: WHAT WAS THAT LIKE TO WATCH THIS RESPONSE?

    >> スティーブンこの反応を見るのはどんな感じだった?

  • THAT-- THAT'S THE FRUSTRATION.

    THAT-- THAT'S THE FRUSTRATION.

  • THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN HARD FOR ANYONE.

    THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN HARD FOR ANYONE.

  • I MEAN, YOU SEE EVEN PEOPLE LIKE ANGELA MERKEL WHO IS HERSELF A

    アンジェラ メルケルのような人を見たことがあるでしょう?

  • SCIENTIST, EXEMPLARY, BUT YOU STILL SEE SOME SPIKES IN

    科学者であり、例え話だが、しかし、あなたはまだスパイクを見ることができる。

  • GERMANY.

    ドイツ

  • BUT LET'S TAKE CANADA, WHERE THE DEATH RATE IS 39% OURS PER

    死亡率が39%のカナダを見てみましょう。

  • CAPITA, RIGHT.

    CAPITA、RIGHT。

  • THAT-- THAT'S A MEASURE OF IF WE HAD DONE THE WORK THAT WAS NOT

    それは...それは、私たちが仕事をしたかどうかを測るためのものです。

  • ROCKET SCIENCE, RIGHT.

    ROCKET SCIENCE, RIGHT.

  • WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUT INNING VACCINES-- I'M GLAD TO SEE THE

    潜伏期のワクチンの話はしていない -- 会えて嬉しいよ

  • VACCINES COMING ON BOARD.

    VACCINES COMING ON BOARD.

  • BUT PRELIMINARILY COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY, RESPECTING THE

    しかし、最初は効果的にコミュニケーションを取りながら、以下のことを尊重しています。

  • SCIENCE, NOT UNDERMINING THE LEADING EPIDEMIOLOGIST IN THE

    科学、世界をリードする疫学者を貶めるのではなく

  • COUNTRY AND SAYING, HE'S AN IDIOT.

    COUNTRY AND SAYING, HE'S AN IDIOT.

  • YOU KNOW, BEING CONSISTENT IN TERMS OF MASKS AND SOCIAL

    知ってると思うけど、仮面と社会的に一貫していること。

  • DISTANCING, NOT SUGGESTING THAT, YOU KNOW, THIS IS SOME ACT OF

    DISTANCING, NOT SUGGESTING THAT, YOU KNOW, THIS IS SOME ACT OF

  • OPPRESSION BUT RATHER JUST A COMMONNED SENSE THING TO PREVENT

    OPPRESSION BUT RATHER JUST A COMMONNED SENSE THING TO PREVENT

  • PEOPLE FROM GETTING SICK.

    人が病気になるのを防ぐために

  • HAD WE JUST TAKEN THOSE STEPS, THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT WE WOULD

    HAD WE JUST TAKEN THE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE THREE

  • HAVE SAVED SOME LIVES.

    HAVE SAVED SOME LIVES.

  • AND, IRONICALLY, THE ECONOMY WOULD BE BETTER BECAUSE WE WOULD

    AND, IRONICALLY, THE ECONOMY WOULD BE BETTER BECAUSE WE WOULD

  • NOT BE SWINGING BACK AND FORTH IN THE WAYS THAT WE HAVE, AND

    私たちが持っている方法で前後に揺れてはいけません。

  • PEOPLE WOULD FEEL MORE CONFIDENCE ABOUT MAKING

    PEOPLE WOULD FEEL MORE CONFIDENCE ABOUT MAKING

  • DAY-TO-DAY DECISIONS ABOUT SHOPPING OR, YOU KNOW, GOING

    DAY-TO-DAY DECISIONS ABOUT SHOPPING OR, YOU KNOW, GOING

  • OUT.

    OUT。

  • >> Stephen: BESIDES THE OBVIOUS NATURE OF THE

    >> スティーブン: 本質的な性質とは別に

  • RESPONSIBLE THING TO DO.

    責任ある行動。

  • >> YES.

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

  • >> Stephen: AND IS THE ECONOMICALLY VITAL THING TO DO,

    >> スティーブン:そして、経済的に重要なことをすることです。

  • ARE YOU SURPRISED THAT THEY DID NOT SEE THE POLITICAL ADVANTAGE

    ARE YOU SURPRISED THAT THEY DID NOT SEE THE POLITICAL ADVANTAGE

  • OF LOOKING LIKE YOU CARED.

    気にしているように見えることで

  • >> YES.

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

  • AND I THINK THAT THAT IS A MEASURE OF HOW DETACHED FROM

    それがどれだけ離れているかの目安になると思います

  • REALITY AND HOW EMBEDDED IDEOLOGICAL AND CONSPIRATORIAL

    REALITY AND HOW EMBEDDED IDEOLOGICAL AND CONSPIRATORIAL

  • THINKING HAS BECOME, WHERE YOU'RE DOING IT EVEN WHEN IT'S

    THINKING HAS BECOME, WHERE YOU'RE DOING IT EVEN WHEN IT'S

  • TO YOUR DISADVANTAGE, RIGHT.

    TO YOUR DISADVANTAGE, RIGHT.

  • IN YOUR ORIGINAL SHOW, RIGHT, YOU KNOW, THERE WAS A-- YOU'RE

    IN YOUR ORIGINAL SHOW, RIGHT, YOU KNOW, THERE WAS A-- YOU'RE

  • SATIRIZING A CERTAIN ATTITUDE.

    特定の態度を満足させること。

  • BUT YOU NEVER THOUGHT THAT FOLKS WOULD ACTUALLY START BELIEVING.

    BUT YOU NEVER THOUGHT THAT FOLKS WOULD ACTUALLY START BELIEVING.

  • >> Stephen: I DID NOT KNOW I WAS A PROPHET.

    >> スティーブン自分が預言者だとは知らなかった

  • I THOUGHT I WAS A COMEDIAN.

    コメディアンだと思ってたのに

  • >> YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE A COMEDIAN.

    >> YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE A COMEDIAN.

  • BUT NOW YOU'RE-- YOU COULDN'T MAKE UP SOME OF THE STUFF THAT

    BUT NOW YOU'RE-- YOU COULDN'T MAKE UP SOME OF THE STUFF THAT

  • YOU'RE SEEING.

    見えているんだ

  • AND IT IS TO THE DETRIMENT OF THE COUNTRY, BUT AS YOU SAID,

    そして、それは国の破壊にある、しかし、あなたが言ったように。

  • IT'S ALSO-- IT RUNS CONTRARY TO WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN SMART

    IT'S ALSO-- IT RUNS CONTRARY TO WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN SMART

  • POLITICS IF, YOU KNOW, THE REPUBLICANS WANTED TO MAINTAIN

    POLITICS IF, YOU KNOW, THE REPUBLICANS WANTED TO MAINTAIN

  • THE WHITE HOUSE.

    ホワイトハウス

  • AND THAT IN SOME WAYS IS MORE TROUBLING BECAUSE NOW IT'S NO

    それはある意味ではもっと厄介なことで、今はそうではないからです。

  • LONGER EVEN STRATEGIC.

    アロングイーブン戦略的。

  • IT IS-- YOU'RE DRINKING YOUR OWN KOOL-AID IN A WAY THAT I THINK

    IT IS-- YOU'RE DRINKING YOUR OWN KOOL-AID IN A WAY THAT I THINK

  • IS TROUBLESOME.

    IS TROUBLESOME。

  • AND ONE OF THE BIG CHALLENGES THAT JOE BIDEN IS GOING TO HAVE

    そしてジョー・バイデンが直面する 大きな挑戦の一つがあります

  • IS TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO PUNCTURE THAT, YOU KNOW, INFORMATION

    IS TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO PUNCTURE THAT, YOU KNOW, INFORMATION

  • BUBBLE THAT-- NOT JUST REPUBLICAN OFFICIALS, BUT A

    BUBBLE THAT-- NOT JUST REPUBLICAN OFFICIALS, BUT A

  • SIZABLE PORTION OF VOTERS ARE IN RIGHT NOW.

    SIZABLE PORTION OF VOTERS ARE IN RIGHT NOW.

  • >> Stephen: THAT GETS YOU TO A QUESTION THAT'S BURIED DEEP IN

    >> Stephen: THAT GETS YOU TO A QUESTION THAT'S BURIED DEEP IN

  • THESE PAGES RIGHT HERE, BUT IT COULD BE THE ONLY QUESTION I

    THESE PAGES RIGHT HERE, BUT IT COULD BE THE ONLY QUESTION I

  • ASKED YOU UPON.

    ASKED YOU UPON.

  • IF I ONLY HAD ONE QUESTION TO ASK YOU RIGHT NOW IT WOULD BE,

    IF I ONLY HAD ONE QUESTION TO ASK YOU RIGHT NOW IT WOULD BE,

  • "WHAT HAPPENS NOW?" WHAT THE HELL HAPPENS NOW WHEN

    "WHAT HAPPENS NOW?" WHAT THE HELL HAPPENS NOW WHEN

  • YOU HAVE HALF OR 70% OF THE REPUBLICANS, SO MAYBE ABOUT 40%

    共和党の半分か70%を持っているので、40%くらいは持っているかもしれません。

  • OF THE PUBLIC THINK THAT JOE BIDEN WON BY CHEATING, AND THEY

    国民はジョー・ビデンが不正行為で勝ったと思っています。

  • BELIEVE THAT ALL THESE FANTASIES BEING PROMULGATED ABOUT

    BELIEVE THAT ALL THESE FANTASIES BEING PROMULGATED ABOUT

  • DEMOCRATIC CABALS THAT SEEM TO BE PULLING THE STRINGS IN

    DEMOCRATIC CABALS THAT SEEM TO BE PULLING THE STRINGS IN

  • STATES, DEMOCRAT OR REPUBLICAN, ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES.

    全米の州、民主党、共和党。

  • HOW DO YOU THEN SPEAK TO THOSE PEOPLE, EVEN IF YOU ARE SOMEONE

    HOW DO YOU THEN SPEAK TO THOSE PEOPLE, EVEN IF YOU ARE SOMEONE

  • LIKE JOE BIDEN WHO'S CAPABLE, BELIEVES IN A GOVERNMENT DOING

    ジョー・バイデンのように、能力があり、政府が行うことを信じている。

  • THE JOB TO SERVE THE PEOPLE, AND IS EMPATHETIC TO THE CONCERNS

    THE JOB TO SERVE THE PEOPLE, AND IS EMPATHETIC TO THE CONCERNS

  • AND NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE WHO DIDN'T VOTE FOR HIM-- AND WE'LL

    そして彼に投票しなかった人々のニーズ - そして私たちはします

  • GET TO EVENTUALLY.

    GET TO EVENTUALLY.

  • PART OF WHAT I THINK IS EXTRAORDINARY ABOUT WHAT WE'RE

    私たちが考えていることの一部が異常だと思います。

  • ABOUT TO GO THROUGH IS YOU KNOW THAT JOE BIDEN ACTUALLY DOES

    ABOUT TO GO THROUGH IS YOU KNOW THAT JOE BIDEN ACTUALLY DOES

  • CARE ABOUT THE PEOPLE WHO DIDN'T VOTE FOR HIM.

    彼のために投票しなかった人々を気にしてください。

  • >> YEAH.

    >> YEAH.

  • >> Stephen: AND WHY THEY DIDN'T AND WHAT THEY THINK.

    >> Stephen: AND WHY THEY DIDN'T AND WHAT THE THINK.

  • HOW DOES HE REACH THOSE PEOPLE?

    どうやってその人たちに接触するのか?

  • >> WELL, LOOK, I THINK HE'S IN A GOOD POSITION TO MAKE THE

    >> 仝いい感じになってきたよ

  • EFFORT.

    EFFORT.

  • THE FACT THAT HE WON IS INDICATIVE OF THE MESSAGE HE

    THE FACT THAT HE WON IS INDICATIVE OF THE MESSAGE HE

  • SENT OF WANTING TO UNIFY THE COUNTRY.

    国を統一したいと思っています。

  • I DO THINK PEOPLE ARE EXHAUSTED BY JUST THIS KNOW--, YOU KNOW,

    I DO THINK PEOPLE ARE EXHAUSTED BY JUST THIS KNOW--, YOU KNOW,

  • WORLD WRESTLING FEDERATION CONSTANT CAGE MATCH.

    WORLD WRESTLING FEDERATION CONSTANT CAGE MATCH.

  • AND PEOPLE JUST WANT TO FEEL AS IF A DAY PASSES WITHOUT IT BEING

    AND PEOPLE JUST WANT TO FEEL AS IF A DAY PASSES WITHOUT IT BEING

  • DOMINATED BY SOMETHING CRAZY COMING OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE.

    ホワイトハウスから出てくる 何か狂ったようなものに支配されている

  • >> Stephen: THAT PHOTO OPPORTUNITY AFTER Y'ALL HAD HAD

    >> スティーブンみんなが食べた後の写真のチャンス

  • YOUR CONVERSATION IN THE OVAL OFFICE-- AND I DON'T WANT TO

    オーバル事務所でのあなたの会話...私はしたくない

  • SPEN A LOT OF TIME.

    多くの時間を費やす。

  • I'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THE PRESIDENT A LOT FOR FOUR YEARS,

    私は4年前から大統領の話をしてきました

  • AND I'VE HAD MY FILL.

    そして、私は私のフィルを持っていた。

  • BUT THAT I WAS A CHILLING MOMENT FOR ME TO WATCH BECAUSE I

    でも、私にとっては見ていてほっこりするような瞬間でした。

  • PERCEIVED FOR THAT MOMENT THE DIGNITY OF THE OFFICE, OR RATHER

    その瞬間にオフィスの大きさ、またはそれ以上の大きさで発生した。

  • THE TRAPPINGS OF DIGNITY AND STATUS THAT FALLS UPON-- RIGHTLY

    THE TRAPPINGS OF DIGNITY AND STATUS THAT FALLS UPON-- RIGHTLY

  • FALLS UPON THE PERSON WHO HOLDS THAT OFFICE IN THAT MOMENT.

    その瞬間にそのオフィスを持っている人の上に落ちる。

  • AND I SAW THE WAY-- OR RATHER I HAD AN EMOTIONAL FLASH OF ALL

    そして、私は道を見た...というより、私はすべての感情的なフラッシュを持っていた。

  • THE WAYS THAT COULD BE ABUSED OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS.

    THE WAYS THAT COULD BE ABUSED OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS.

  • WERE YOU HAVING A SIMILAR FEELING IN THAT MOMENT?

    その瞬間に同じような感情を持っていましたか?

  • >> YEAH, IT WAS A CONCERN.

    >> そうだ、気になっていた。

  • >> Stephen: AND WERE THOSE CONCERNS BORNE OUT OVER THE NEXT

    >> スティーブン:そして、これらの懸念は、次の間にボーンアウトされた。

  • FOUR YEARS?

    FOUR YEARS?

  • >> EXCEEDED.

    ω・)ノ>>EXCEEDしました。

  • >> Stephen: THANK YOU.

    >> スティーブンありがとう

  • MR. PRESIDENT, WE HAVE TO TAKE A QUICK BREAK, BUT STICK AROUND

    MR.大統領、私たちはすぐに休憩を取らなければなりませんが、周りに張り付いてください。

  • EVERYBODY, WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK WITH PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA.

    EVERYBODY, WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK WITH PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA.

>> Stephen: WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY.

>> スティーブンおかえりなさい、皆さん。

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バラク・オバマ大統領は、ホワイトハウスの失敗したパンデミック対応についての彼の不満を共有している (President Barack Obama Shares His Frustrations About The White House's Failed Pandemic Response)

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