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  • ♪♪♪ >> STEPHEN: WELCOME BACK.

    ♪ ♪ >> >> WELCOME BACK.

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

    私たちの友人であるMR.JON BATISTE

  • JON, HAPPY NEW YEAR.

    JON, HAPPY NEW YEAR.

  • >> Jon: HAPPY NEW YEAR, 2021 IN FULL EFFECT.

    >>ジョン。2021年もよろしくお願いします。

  • HOW ARE YOU FEELING THIS YEAR?

    HOW ARE YOU FEELING THIS YEAR?

  • >> Stephen: I. FEELING GOOD.

    >> スティーブン気分がいい

  • NOT AS GOOD AS YOU LOOK IN THAT HAT, THOUGH.

    帽子を被っているようには見えないけどね

  • TELL ME THE STORY ABOUT THIS HAT.

    TELL ME THE STORY ABOUT THIS HAT.

  • >> Jon: I GOT THIS IN NORTH AFRICA, TUNISIA, ACTUALLY.

    >> ジョン北アフリカのツニシアで手に入れたんだ、実際に。

  • IT'S A KUFI THAT.

    それはKUFI THATです。

  • THE LONELIEST MONKEY WORE THIS WHEN HE WOULD PLAY.

    THE LONELIEST MONKEY WORE THIS WHEN HE WOULD PLAY.

  • I SAW THE AWE THENTDIC ONE AND I HAD TO GET IT.

    AWE THENTDIC ONEを見て、手に入れなければならなかった。

  • >> Stephen: YOU AND I ARE FROM THE SOUTH.

    >> あなたと私は南から来ました。

  • IS THERE A NEW YEAR'S TRADITION WHERE YOU GREW UP?

    IS THERE A NEW YEAR'S TRADITION WHERE YOU GREW UP?

  • DO YOU GUYS EAT ANYTHING ON NEW YEAR'S DAY WHERE YOU GREW

    DO YOU GUYS EAT ANYTHING ON NEW YEAR'S DAY WHERE YOU GREW

  • UP?

    UP?

  • >> Jon: COME ON, NOW!

    >>ジョン。早く来い!

  • WE EAT BLACK-EYED PEAS, CABBAGE AND PORK SHOPS.

    WE EAT BLACK-EYED PEAS, CABBAGE AND PORK SHOPS.

  • >> Stephen: WE DO THE SAME THING.

    >> Stephen: WE DO THE SAME THING.

  • DO YOU CALL IT?

    DO YOU CALL IT?

  • WE CALL IT HOPPIN' JOHN.

    WE CALL IT HOPPIN' JOHN.

  • >> Jon: WHERE DOES THAT COME FROM?

    >> ジョン:それはどこから来たの?

  • >> Stephen: I DON'T KNOW.

    >> スティーブン: I DON'T KNOW.

  • WHERE DOES IT COFROM, DARLING?

    どこから来たの?

  • >> I DON'T KNOW.

    >>知らないんだよ。

  • >> Stephen: IT'S ALWAYS BEEN CALLED HOPPIN' JOHN.

    >> Stephen: IT'S ALWAYS BE ALWAYS CALLED HOPPIN' JOHN.

  • AND YOU COOK BACON, BACK FAT IF YOU'VE GOT IT, AND ONIONS AND

    ベーコンと裏ごしと玉ねぎを焼いて

  • THROW IT IN WITH THE RICE AND THE BEANS AND IT'S SO GOOD.

    米と豆と一緒に入れると、とても良いです。

  • >> Jon: YEAH, YEAH, WE HAVE BEEN EATING THAT SINCE

    >> ジョン:ええ、ええ、ええ、私たちはそれを食べるようになってからずっと食べていました。

  • NEW YEAR'S DAY, WITH LEFTOVERS.

    NEW YEAR'S DAY, WITH LEFTOVERS.

  • IT'S KICKIN', MAN.

    カッキンだよ

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> Stephen: ANYWAY, JON, HAVE

    ( LAUGHTER ) >> スティーブン。とにかく、ジョン、頑張れ

  • YOU GOT A SONG FOR THE NEW YEAR?

    YOU GOT A SONG FOR THE NEW YEAR?

  • >> Jon: YES, INDEED.

    >> ジョンはい、そうです。

  • ♪♪♪ >> Stephen: JON BATISTE,

    彡(゚)(゚)♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪スティーブンJON BATISTE

  • EVERYBODY.

    すべての人に。

  • THANK YOU, JON >> Jon: YOU GOT IT, YOU KNOW!

    ありがとう、ジョン >> ジョンYou GOT IT, YOU KNOW!

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> Stephen: JOINING ME TONIGHT

    ( LAUGHTER ) >> スティーブン。今夜は私に参加してください

  • IS THE WOMAN WHO DELIVERED GEORGIA TO JOE

    ジョーにジョージアを渡した女性は

  • BIDEN THROUGH HER ORGANIZATION, "FAIR FIGHT," AND WHO HOPES TO

    BIDEN THROUGH HER ORGANIZATION, "FAIR FIGHT," AND WHO HOPES TO

  • MAKE HISTORY WITH TOMORROW'S SENATE ELECTION.

    明日の上院選挙で歴史を作る。

  • PLEASE WELCOME, STACEY ABRAMS!

    ようこそ ステイシー・エーブラムズ!

  • MS. ABRAMS, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR COMING BACK!

    MS.アブラムズ、戻ってきてくれてありがとう!

  • >> THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME AGAIN.

    >> THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME AGAIN.

  • >> Stephen: HAPPY ELECTION EVE, NICE TO SEE YOU AGAIN.

    >> スティーブンHAPPY ELECTION EVE, NICE TO SEE YOU AGAIN.

  • WE HAVEN'T SEEN YOU SINCE RIGHT AFTER THE ELECTION.

    WE HAVEN'T SEEN YOU SINCE RIGHT AFTER THE ELECTION.

  • I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE ELECTION TOMORROW OF, OBVIOUSLY,

    I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE ELECTION TOMORROW OF, OBVIOUSLY,

  • RAFAEL WARNOCK AND OSSOFF WHO ARE RUNNING TOMORROW, BUT I WANT

    ラファエル・ウォーノックとオッソフは 明日出走するが 私は出走したい

  • TO TALK ABOUT THIS TAPE RELEASED OVER THE WEEKEND WITH THE

    週末にリリースされたこのテープについて、彼らと話してみましょう。

  • PRESIDENT PRESSURING RAFFENSPERGER TO FIND VOTES IN

    PRESIDENT PRESSURING RAFFENSPERGER TO FIND VOTES IN

  • GEORGIA THAT WOULD GIVE THE WIN TO THE PRESIDENT.

    GEORGIA THAT WOULD GIVE THE WIN TO THE PRESIDENT.

  • YOUR NAME COMES UP A COUPLE OF TIMES IN THAT.

    その中で君の名前が何度か出てくる

  • HAVE YOU HEARD THE RECORDING?

    HAVE YOU HEARD THE RECORDING?

  • >> I DID INDEED LISTEN.

    >> I DID INDEED LISTEN.

  • >> Stephen: THE PRESIDENT SAYS THAT -- HE SAYS THAT STACEY IS

    >> スティーブン:大統領はそれを言います -- 彼はステイシーがそうだと言います

  • LAUGHING AT YOU, TO RAFFENSPERGER.

    ラッフェンシュパーガーに笑われている。

  • SHE'S LAUGHING AT YOU.

    笑ってるわよ

  • COULD YOU CHARACTERIZE THE LAUGH?

    COULD YOU CHARACTERIZE THE LAUGH?

  • IS IT A GIGGLE, MORE LIKE A -- ( MANIACAL LAUGH )

    それはギグルというよりは... ( MANIACAL LAUGH )

  • -- WITH THE FLY HANDS.

    -- WITH THE FLY HANDS.

  • HOW ARE YOU LAUGHING AT THEM?

    HOW ARE YOU LAUGHING AT THEM?

  • >> HYMN THINKING ABOUT THEM.

    >> >> HYMN THEMについて考えること。

  • I'M FOCUSING ON WINNING THE ELECTION.

    私は選挙に勝つことに集中しています。

  • THEY ARE NOT MY ISSUE.

    THEY ARE NOT MY ISSUE.

  • >> Stephen: BOOM!

    >> スティーブンブーム!

  • VERY QUICKLY, WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE PRESIDENT PUTTING THE

    VERY QUICKLY, WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE PRESIDENT PUTTING THE

  • PRESSURE ON RAFFENSPERGER?

    PRESSURE ON RAFFENSPERGER?

  • WERE YOU SHOCKED TO HEAR AT OR IS THIS PAR FOR THE COURSE?

    WERE YOU SHOCKED TO HEAR AT OR IS THIS PAR FOR THE COURSE?

  • >> NOT AT ALL.

    >> 全くありません。

  • THIS IS A PERSON WHO HAS DEMONSTRATED ABSOLUTELY NO, YOU

    これは絶対にダメだと証明した人だよ

  • KNOW, GRASP OF THE AWE GUSTNESS OF HIS OFFICE OR THE CONTOURS OF

    KNOW, GRASP OF THE AWE GUSTNESS OF HIS OFFICE OR THE CONTOURS OF

  • THE LAW, BUT I WILL SAY LEON-IZING BRAD RAFFENSPERGER IS

    法律では、しかし、私はレオン・アイジング・ブラッド・ラッフェンシュパーガーが

  • NOT IT.

    NOT IT.

  • HE'S DEFENDING THE ELECTION HE RAN.

    彼は自分が出馬した選挙を擁護しています。

  • AT THE EXACT SAME MOMENT HE'S PUSHING ON TRUMP, HE'S WORKING

    同時に彼はトランプを推していると同時に、彼は働いています。

  • HAND IN HAND WITH REPUBLICANS TO PUT TOGETHER A LIST OF WAYS TO

    共和党と手を取り合って、方法のリストをまとめるために

  • CONSTRAIN THE RIGHT TO VOTE STARTING WITH THE NEXT ELECTION.

    CONSTRAIN THE RIGHT TO VOTE STARTING WITH THE NEXT ELECTION.

  • I DON'T WANT PEOPLE BE DISTRACTED BY HIS ATTEMPT TO NOT

    彼の試みに人々が混乱するのを望まない

  • BECOME A LAUGHING STOCK BASED ON WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM IN JUNE, WE

    BECOME A LAUGHING STOCK BASED ON WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM IN JUNE, WE

  • SHOULDN'T MISTAKE HIM FOR A VOTING RIGHTS CHAMPION.

    SHOULDN'T MISTAKE HIM FOR A VOTING RIGHTS CHAMPION.

  • HE'S NOT.

    彼は違う

  • BUT A BROKEN CLOCK IS RIGHT TWICE A DAY, AND HE'S DEFENDING

    でも 壊れたクロックは 1日に2回は正しいし 彼は弁護している

  • THE RESULT BECAUSE THE ELECTION RESULT IS THE RIGHT RESULT.

    結果は選挙の結果が正しい結果であるので、結果は。

  • >> Stephen: IS IT HARD FOR YOU TO ACCEPT THAT YOU AND DONALD

    >> スティーブン:それはあなたがあなたとドナルドを受け入れるのは難しいです。

  • TRUMP AGREE ABOUT ANYTHING?

    TRUMP AGREE ABOUT ANYTHINGING?

  • BECAUSE, EVIDENTLY, BOTH OF YOU DON'T THINK BRIAN KEMP SHOULD BE

    あなた達2人とも ブリアン・ケンプがそうあるべきだとは 思ってないからよ

  • THE GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA.

    ジョージア州知事です

  • >> AGAIN, BROKEN CLOCKS AND OCCASIONAL CORRECTNESS.

    >> またしても、壊れたクロックと時折の正しさ。

  • I TRY NOT TO THINK ABOUT THAT TOO CLOSELY BECAUSE I DON'T WANT

    深く考えないようにしているのは 必要ないからだ

  • TO HAVE TO REEXAMINE MY LIFE'S GOALS AND MISSION.

    TO HAVE TO REEXAMINE MY LIFE'S GOALS AND MISSION.

  • >> NOW, WHEN IT COMES TO THE CURRENT SECRETARY OF STATE,

    >> NOW, WHEN IT COMES TO THE CURRENT SECRETARY OF STATE,

  • RAFFENSPERGER DOWN IN GEORGIA, AS YOU SAID, DON'T LIONIZE HIM.

    ジョージア州のラフェンスパーガーを 侮辱するなと言ったな

  • THIS IS BUTT COVERING FOR HIM, IS HOW I CHARACTERIZE YOU

    これは彼のためのお尻のカバーだ 君を特徴づけるためのものだ

  • CHARACTERIZING IT AND STOP ME IF YOU WANT, BUT SINCE HE IS IN

    "特徴付けをしてくれたら止めてくれ" "でも今は中にいるから

  • CHARGE OF THE ELECTIONS, WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR HIM TO DO OR

    CHARGE OF THE ELECTIONS, WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR HIM TO DO OR

  • WHAT SHOULD WE KEEP OUR EYE ON AS VOTES ARE COUNTED FROM

    WHAT SHOULD WE KEEP OUR EYE ON AS VOTES ARE COUNTED FROM

  • TOMORROW'S ELECTION?

    明日の選挙?

  • >> WELL, FIRST, WE NEED TO MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE PROCESS WORKS

    >> WELL, FIRST, WE NEED TO MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE PROCESS WORKS

  • SMOOTHLY.

    スムーズに。

  • SADLY, BECAUSE TO HAVE THE PROPAGANDA AND THE

    悲しいことに、宣伝と宣伝をするために

  • MISINFORMATION, WE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT ELECTION WORKERS.

    MISINFORMATION, WE ARE CONCERNED ABOUT ELECTION WORKERS.

  • WE WANT THEM TO BE SAFE.

    WE WANT THEM TO BE SAFE.

  • WE WANT THEM TO BE ABLE TO DO THEIR JOBS AND, HOPEFULLY, HE IS

    我々は彼らに仕事ができるようにしてもらいたいし、できれば彼がそうであることを願っています。

  • GOING TO WORK AS HARD AS THE REST OF US ARE TO MAKE SURE THEY

    彼らを確実にするために私たちの残りの部分と同じように懸命に働くことになります。

  • THEYHAVE ACCESS TO THE SUPPORT T NEED.

    THEYHAVE ACCESS TO THE SUPPORT T NEED.

  • BUT WE KNOW IT TAKES TIME TO COUNT BALLOTS.

    BUT WE KNOW IT TAKES TIME TO COUNT BALLOTS.

  • WE HAVE 4.2 MILLION CAST BALLOTS ALREADY AND THE NUMBERS REFLECT

    私たちはすでに420万人の投票用紙を持っていて、数字が反映されています。

  • AN EXCITEMENT THAT'S NEVER BEEN SEEN IN A RUNOFF.

    ランオフでは見たことのない興奮。

  • WE NEED TO BE PATIENT AND WE NEED TO KNOW WE MAY NOT HAVE THE

    WE NEED TO BE PATIENT AND WE NEED TO KNOW WE MAY NOT HAVE THE

  • ANSWER TILL WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY.

    水曜または木曜までに回答してください。

  • HOPEFULLY, WE'LL HAVE IT BEFORE NEXT NOVEMBER, BUT WE SHOULD

    HOPEFULLY, WE'LL HAVE IT BEFORE NEXT NOVEMBER, BUT WE SHOULD

  • HAVE AN ANSWER PRETTY QUICKLY, BUT WE SHOULD BE PATIENT WITH

    すぐに答えを持っているが、我々は忍耐強く対応すべきである

  • THE PROCESS.

    プロセス。

  • >> Stephen: THAT 3.2 MILLION PEOPLE WHO VOTED EARLY IN

    >> スティーブン:その320万人の人々は、早々に投票した。

  • GEORGIA, HOW DOES THAT TURN OUT TO THE TURNOUT IN THE GENERAL

    GEORGIA, HOW DOES THAT TURN OUT TO THE TURNOUT IN THE GENERAL

  • ELECTION.

    選挙。

  • GENERAL ELECTION HAS A TOTAL TURN OUT OF 5 MILLION PEOPLE AND

    GENERAL ELECTION HAS A TOTAL TURN OUT OF 5 MILLION PEOPLE AND

  • IT'S UNUSUAL FOR A RUNOFF ELECTION TO COME CLOSE.

    出馬投票のためには普通じゃない

  • THE LAST ELECTION OFTEN WAS 2.8 MILLION PEOPLE IN 2008, SO

    最後の選挙はそう、2008年に280万人の人々だった。

  • WE'VE SMASHED THOSE RECORDS.

    WE'VE SMASHED THOSE RECORDS.

  • WHAT'S MORE EXCITING, OF THE MILLIONS WHO VOTED, 112,000 ARE

    それ以上に興味深いのは、投票した100万人のうち、112,000人が投票したということです。

  • PEOPLE WHO DID NOT VOTE IN NOVEMBER BUT DECIDED TO VOTE IN

    11月に投票しなかった人でも投票することにした人

  • THIS ELECTION, 40% ARE AFRICAN-AMERICAN, AND

    この選挙、40%はアフリカ系アメリカ人、および

  • AFRICAN-AMERICANS ONLY COMPRISE ABOUT 30% OF THE REGISTERED

    アフリカ系アメリカ人は登録者の約30%を占めるにすぎない

  • VOTERS.

    VOTERS.

  • BUT 20% ARE UNDER THE AGE OF 29, THEY'RE 18 TO 29, AND THEY'RE

    でも20%は29歳以下で、18歳から29歳、そして20%は

  • ONLY 12% OF THE ELECTORATE.

    有権者のわずか12%。

  • THAT MEANS PEOPLE UNDERSTAND WHAT'S AT STAKE AND THEY WANT TO

    つまり、人々は何が問題なのかを理解し、それを望んでいるということです。

  • BE HEARD.

    BE HEARD.

  • >> Stephen: NOW, IN NOVEMBER, YOU TOLD ME THE SENATE RUNOFF

    >> スティーブン11月に上院選の話をしたな

  • STRATEGY WAS "TO RAISE ALL THE MONEY WE CAN AS FAST AS WE CAN."

    STRATEGYは、"できる限りの速さで、すべての資金を調達する "ことを目的としていました。

  • HOW DID THAT GO?

    どうだった?

  • >> YES.

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

  • IT WENT REALLY WELL.

    うまくいったよ

  • WE WERE PRETTY GOOD AT IT.

    俺たちはそれが得意だったんだ

  • THERE'S A LOT OF INVESTMENT -- >> Stephen: BY REALLY GOOD AT

    多くの投資がある -- >> スティーブン: BY REALLY GOOD AT

  • IT, I UNDERSTAND IT'S OVER $100 MILLION FOR EACH OF THE TWO

    2人のために1億ドル以上だと理解しています

  • DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES.

    民主党の候補者

  • >> YES, AND MY ORGANIZATION "FAIR FIGHT" WAS ABLE TO RAISE

    >> そう、私の組織「フェアファイト」は募金を集めることができました。

  • ENOUGH MONEY THAT WE WERE ABLE TO SHARE MORE THAN $25 MILLION

    ENOUGH MONEY THAT WE WERE ABLE TO SHARE MORE THAN $25 MILLION

  • WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS TO MAKE CERTAIN THAT THEY HAD THE

    他の組織と協力して、自分たちが持っていることを確認しています。

  • RESOURCES THEY NEEDED TO SUPPORT TURNING OUT VOTERS.

    RESOURCES THEY NEEDED TO SUPPORT TURNING OUT VOTERS.

  • >> Stephen: HOW ARE YOU FEELING ABOUT TOMORROW'S

    >> スティーブン明日のことをどう感じていますか?

  • ELECTION?

    選挙?

  • WHAT DO YOU THINK THE ODDS ARE?

    WHAT DO YOU THINK THE ODDS ARE?

  • >> IF I KNEW ODDS-MAKING I WOULD BE IN LAS VEGAS.

    >> >> もし私がオッズメイキングを知っていたら、私はラスベガスにいただろう。

  • UNFORTUNATELY I DO POLITICS INSTEAD.

    不幸にも私は政治の仕事をしています。

  • BUT WE'VE SEEN INCREDIBLE TURNOUT FROM DEMOCRATS ACROSS

    しかし、全米の民主主義者からの驚くほどの支持率を見てきました。

  • THE STATE.

    STATE.

  • WE HAVE SEEN A DIVERSE ELECTORATE, THE LIKES OF WHICH

    私たちは、多様な選挙人を見てきました。

  • WE HAVEN'T SEEN IN A RUNOFF, AND WE'RE ENERGIZED.

    ランオフは見たことがないし、元気になったわ。

  • I WAS AT THE BIDEN RALLY TODAY, AND THE ENERGY IS EXTRAORDINARY,

    私は今日のバイデン・ラリーにいました エネルギーは非常に異常です

  • BUT I WAS ALSO IN SMALL COUNTIES AROUND THE STATE.

    しかし、私は州の小さな郡にもいました。

  • PEOPLE WANT COVID RELIEF, THEY WANT GOOD JOBS, THEY WANT ACCESS

    PEOPLE WANT COVID RELIEF, THEY WANT GOOD JOBS, THEY WANT ACCESS

  • TO JUSTICE, AND THEY WANT JOE BIDEN TO HAVE A PARTNER, NOT AN

    正義のために ジョー・ビデンには仲間が必要なのです

  • OBSTRUCTIONIST, AND THEY NEED KAMALA HARRIS TO BE

    オブストラクショニストには カマラ・ハリスが必要なんだ

  • VICE PRESIDENT AND GET A TIE BREAKING VOTE.

    VICE PRESIDENT AND GET A TIE BREAKING VOTE.

  • I PUT MY ONE ON BLUE.

    青にしたんだ

  • >> Stephen: WE HAVE TO TAKE A QUICKBREAK BUT WHEN WE COME BACK

    >> スティーブン私たちはクイックブレークを取る必要がありますが、私たちは戻ってきたときに戻ってきます。

  • I'LL ASK MS. ABRAMS IF SHE HAS ANY PLANS TO RUN FOR OFFICE

    私は MS.出馬の予定があるかどうか聞いてみます

  • AGAIN PERHAPS IN GEORGIA, PERHAPS FOR GOVERNOR IN TWO

    ジョージア州ではまたしても、2つの州では知事のために

  • YEARS.

    YEARS.

  • STICK AROUND.

    回り込んで

♪♪♪ >> STEPHEN: WELCOME BACK.

♪ ♪ >> >> WELCOME BACK.

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