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  • ♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: HEY, LET'S SAY HI

    *********** 斯蒂芬嘿,讓我們打個招呼吧

  • TO JON BATISTE, EVERYBODY.

    敬喬恩-巴蒂斯特,各位。

  • WAS THAT TEAKO, TEAKO?

    是TEAKO嗎,TEAKO?

  • >> Jon: YES.

    >> 喬恩。是的。

  • YES, INDEED.

    是的,確實如此。

  • >> Stephen: I-- I LOVE LISTENING TO BRAZILIAN MUSIC

    >> 史蒂芬: 我--我喜歡聽巴西音樂。

  • WHEN I'M DOWN.

    When When I'm Down.

  • IT GETS-- IT CUTS RIGHT THROUGH IT.

    它... 它直接穿過了它。

  • I DON'T CARE HOW DOWN I AM.

    我不在乎我有多沮喪。

  • >> Jon: YEAH, YOU FEEL THE SUN ON YOUR SKIN.

    >> 喬恩。是的,你能感覺到陽光照射在你的皮膚上。

  • I LOVE THAT VIBE.

    我喜歡這種氛圍。

  • >> Stephen: HAVE YOU BEEN DOWN THERE?

    >> Stephen:你去過那裡嗎?

  • >> Jon: YEAH, YEAH.

    >> 喬恩。YEAH,YEAH。

  • >> Stephen: YOU HAVE?

    >> Stephen:你有嗎?

  • >> Jon: YES, BAIJA IS A LOT LIKE NEW ORLEANS.

    >> Jon:是的,BAIJA是很多像新奧爾良。

  • THEY HAD RICE AND BEANS.

    他們有米飯和豆子。

  • AND I WAS LIKE, WOW.

    我想,哇。

  • I DIDN'T KNOW YOU ALL WERE COOKING LIKE THAT, TOO.

    我不知道你們都在做這樣的飯菜,太。

  • >> Stephen: WE'RE TAKING THE SHOW TO RIO.

    >> 我們要把演出帶到里約。

  • THE SHOW IS GOING TO RIO.

    演出將在里約舉行。

  • CAN YOU GIVE ME A LITTLE MORE OF THAT FLAVOR AS WE GO OUT?

    我們出去的時候,你能再給我一點這種味道嗎?

  • >> Jon: OH, YEAH.

    >> 喬恩。哦,是的。

  • ♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: JON BATISTE,

    *********** 斯蒂芬JON BATISTE,

  • EVERYBODY.

    每個人。

  • THANK YOU, JON.

    謝謝你,喬恩。

  • >> Jon: YES, INDEED.

    >> 喬恩。是的,確實如此。

  • PEOPLE MAKE THE WORLD GO 'ROUND.

    人讓世界變得更美好。

  • >> Stephen: MY FIRST GUEST TONIGHT IS A "NEW YORK TIMES"

    >> Stephen:我今晚的第一位客人是 "紐約時報"

  • BEST-SELLING AUTHOR AND THE FORMER DIRECTOR OF THE F.B.I.

    暢銷書作家和F.B.I.的前主任。

  • PLEASE WELCOME TO "A LATE SHOW," JAMES COMEY.

    請歡迎來到 "晚間秀",JAMES COMEY。

  • DIRECTOR, THANKS FOR BEING HERE.

    導演,謝謝你來這裡。

  • >> THANKS FOR HAVING ME, STEPHEN.

    >> 謝謝你邀請我,史蒂芬。

  • >> Stephen: I'M SURPRISED A MAN OF YOUR HEIGHT CAN FIT INTO

    >> Stephen:我很驚訝你這麼高的人居然能坐進車裡

  • A ZOOM BOX.

    一個ZOOM BOX。

  • ( LAUGHTER ).

    (笑):

  • >> I'M JAMMED INTO A LITTLE BOX.

    >> 我被塞進了一個小盒子裡。

  • >> Stephen: OKAY.

    >> Stephen:好的

  • NOW, I AM NOT ENTIRELY SURE WHERE TO BEGIN.

    現在,我不太確定該從哪裡開始。

  • I WANT TO GET TO YOUR NEW BOOK, "SAVING JUSTICE," BECAUSE I

    我想看你的新書 "拯救正義",因為我... ...

  • THINK THAT HAS PARTICULAR RESONANCE RIGHT NOW.

    我想現在就有特別的共鳴。

  • BUT BEFORE WE GET INTO THAT, I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE EVENTS OF

    但在我們討論這個問題之前,我想先談談以下事件

  • THIS LAST WEEK AND YOUR PERSPECTIVE ON WORKING FOR THIS

    過去一週,您對本公司工作的看法。

  • ADMINISTRATION.

    行政管理:

  • THE PRESIDENT, AS YOU SAID IN YOUR LAST BOOK, ASKED YOU FOR

    正如你在上一本書中所說的,主席要求你...

  • LOYALTY SEVEN DAYS AFTER HIS INAUGURATION.

    忠誠在他就職後七天。

  • AND WE HAVE SORT OF THE DANGEROUS REPERCUSSIONS OF THE

    我們有一些危險的複述的。

  • NEED FOR THAT KIND OF BLIND LOYALTY TO PRESIDENT TRUMP.

    需要那種盲目效忠特朗普總統。

  • OBVIOUSLY, MOST DISTURBINGLY, LAST WEDNESDAY, BUT THEN IN THE

    很明顯,最令人不安的是,上個星期三,但隨後在

  • EXCUSES AND THE OBFUSCATIONS BEING MADE BY THE SORT OF

    的藉口和混淆視聽。

  • SPINELESS MEMBERS OF THE PARTY WHO ARE FOLLOWING HIM FOR THEIR

    黨內沒有骨氣的成員為了自己的利益追隨他。

  • OWN BENEFIT.

    自己的利益。

  • WHAT IS YOUR REACTION TO WHAT YOU SAW LAST WEDNESDAY?

    你對上週二看到的事情有什麼反應?

  • AND AS A FOLLOW-UP, YOUR REACTION TO THOSE WHO ARE STILL

    作為後續行動,你對那些仍在的人的反應。

  • MAKING EXCUSES?

    找藉口?

  • >> WELL, AS AN AMERICAN, I HOPE LIKE ALL AMERICANS, I WAS

    >> 好吧,作為一個美國人,我希望像所有的美國人一樣,我是。

  • SICKENED TO SEE AN ATTACK ON THE CENTER OF OUR DEMOCRACY.

    看到我們的民主中心受到攻擊,我很難過。

  • AS A FORMER LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL, I WAS ANGRY THAT THE

    作為一名前執法官員,我很生氣,因為我是一名執法官員。

  • CAPITOL WAS SO POORLY DEFENDED.

    首都的防守非常薄弱。

  • AND I FOUND THAT MIX DISORIENTING AND VERY, VERY

    我發現,混合disorenting和非常,非常。

  • CONCERNING.

    關於:

  • AND THEN TO SEE PEOPLE MAKING EXCUSES FOR AN ASSAULT ON OUR

    然後看到人們為攻擊我們的行為找藉口。

  • DEMOCRACY JUST DEEPENS MY SENSE OF NASA AND DISTASTE FOR THEM,

    民主只是加深了我對NASA的感覺和對他們的厭惡。

  • AND MAKES ME WORRY ABOUT HOW WE'RE GOING TO GET BETWEEN HERE

    也讓我擔心我們怎麼從這裡走出去。

  • AND THE INAUGURATION.

    和就職典禮。

  • >> Stephen: I MEAN, THIS S THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

    >> 我是說,這是美利堅合眾國。

  • AND I-- I THINK THAT CALLS FOR UNITY ARE ALWAYS WELCOME, BUT

    而我 -- 我認為,呼籲團結 總是歡迎,但

  • SHOULDN'T THERE BE SOME PRICE OF ADMISSION TO THE UNITY PARTY?

    團結黨的入場費是不是應該有一定的價格?

  • DON'T THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE...

    難道那些有的人沒有... ...

  • SUPPORTED THE PRESIDENT UP TILL NOW HAVE TO ADMIT AND UNDERSTAND

    支持主席,直到現在不得不承認和理解。

  • WHAT A DANGER HE IS?

    他是什麼危險人物?

  • AND THEN WE CAN ALL UNIFY IN DEALING WITH THAT DANGER.

    然後我們就可以團結起來對付這種危險。

  • >> YEAH, THEY'RE STANDING IN THE LOBBY OF A BUILDING THAT THEY

    >> 是的,他們正站在一棟大樓的休息室裡,而他們的目標是

  • LIT ON FIRE, AS THE REST OF US ARE UNNING OUT, THEY'RE URGING

    點著了火,因為我們其他人都在熄滅,他們在敦促

  • US ALL TO LOVE EACH OTHER AND TO UNIFY.

    我們都愛對方並團結起來。

  • THERE ARE SOME THINGS THAT HAVE TO BE DEALT WITH FIRST.

    有些事情必須先處理好。

  • WE NEED TO PROTECT THE BUILDING AND PEOPLE NEED TO ADMIT THEIR

    我們需要保護建築,人們需要承認他們的。

  • RESPONSIBILITY.

    責任:

  • THEY HAVE NURTURED THE EXPLOSION, ALMOST A

    他們已經培育了爆炸,幾乎是一個。

  • CHERNOBYL-LIKE EXPLOSION OF THE RADIOACTIVE STEW OF RACISM,

    類似切爾諾貝利的輻射性種族歧視的爆炸。

  • MISOGYNY, CONSPIRACY-MINDED VIOLENCE THAT WE'VE LONG HAD IN

    誤解,陰謀心態的暴力,我們已經很久了。

  • THIS COUNTRY BUT WE'VE KEPT IT IN A CONTAINMENT BUILDING.

    這個國家,但我們已經把它保存在一個封閉的建築裡。

  • THEY'VE BEEN DIGGING AT THE FOUNDATION OF THAT BUILDING FOR

    他們已經在那棟樓的地基上挖了很久了。

  • THE LAST FOUR OR FIVE YEARS AND NOW THERE'S BEEN AN EXPLOSION

    在過去的四五年裡,現在又發生了爆炸。

  • AND THERE HAS TO BE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THAT.

    而且必須為此負責。

  • >> Stephen: YOU SAID YOU WERE SHOCKED NOT ONLY BY THE

    >> 史蒂芬:你說你被震驚了,不僅是由於你的 "大 "字。

  • LAWLESSNESS BUT THE LACK OF.

    無法無天,但缺乏。

  • CHRISTOPHER WRAY, TOLD CONGRESS THAT WHITE SUPREMACISTS ARE THE

    CHRISTOPHER WRAY,告訴國會,白人至上主義者是...

  • BIGGEST DOMESTIC TERRORISM THREAT, AND THAT WE SHOULD BE

    最大的國內恐怖主義威脅,而我們應該是

  • PREPARED FOR THAT.

    準備好了。

  • NOW, OF "THE WASHINGTON POST" ALSO REPORTS THAT THE F.B.I.

    現在,"華盛頓郵報 "也報道說,聯邦調查局的。

  • WARNED LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES ABOUT THIS SPECIFIC ATTACK.

    警告執法機構關於這種特定攻擊的警告。

  • SO WE HAVE THE GENERALIZED WARNING FROM THE DIRECTOR OF

    所以我們有局長的一般性警告。

  • F.B.I., YOUR OLD JOB.

    F. B. I. ,你的老工作。

  • AND THEN YOU HAVE SPECIFIC WARNINGS FROM THE F.B.I.

    然後你就會收到FBI的特別警告。

  • I'VE TRIED TO FIGURE OUT, PIECE TOGETHER THE DIFFERENT

    我試著想辦法,把不同的東西拼湊在一起

  • EXPLANATIONS AS TO WHY THERE WASN'T PREPARATION.

    解釋為什麼沒有準備工作。

  • DO YOU HAVE SOME SENSE WHY THEY WEREN'T PREPARED FOR THIS, FROM

    你知道為什麼他們沒有做好準備嗎?

  • WHAT YOU'VE SEEN FROM NEWS REPORTS?

    你從新聞報道中看到了什麼?

  • I'M ASKING YOU TO CURATE THE NEWS TO ME TO SEE IF YOU CAN

    我想請你把新聞編排給我,如果可以的話

  • EXPLAIN FROM YOUR SUFFICIENT WHY THEY DIDN'T HAVE A SHOW OF FORCE

    從你的助手那裡解釋一下為什麼他們沒有進行武力展示。

  • FOR WHAT WAS SO CLEARLY A DANGEROUS GROUP?

    對於什麼是如此明顯的危險組織?

  • >> YEAH, I-- I CAN'T EXPLAIN IT, STEPHEN.

    >> 是的,我... 我無法解釋,史蒂芬。

  • I-- WE WERE HIT AS A GOVERNMENT AFTER 9/11 FOR A FAILURE OF

    我們在911事件後因政府的失職而受到打擊。

  • IMAGINATION.

    形象:

  • WE DIDN'T ANTICIPATE THE WAY THE TERRORISTS MIGHT COME AT US.

    我們沒有預料到恐怖份子會用什麼方式來對付我們。

  • THIS WOULDN'T HAVE INVOLVED ANY IMAGINATION AT ALL.

    這不會涉及任何想象。

  • THIS WAS JUST A FAILURE.

    這只是一個失敗。

  • AND I CAN'T EXPLAIN IT.

    我不能解釋它。

  • THERE ARE LITTLE PIECES OF IT THAT I SEE, MAYBE BREAKDOWNS IN

    我看到它的一小部分,可能是分解的。

  • COMMUNICATION, OR MAYBE A FEAR OF NOT BEING TOO AGGRESSIVE IN

    溝通,或者可能是害怕自己太過激進。

  • THE POSTURE OF THE DEFENSE AROUND THE CAPITOL.

    首都周圍的防衛態勢。

  • NONE OF THAT MAKES ANY SENSE TO ME.

    這些對我來說都沒有意義。

  • IT'S GOING TO BE REALLY IMPORTANT THAT WE AS A COUNTRY

    這將是非常重要的,我們作為一個國家。

  • UNDERSTAND WHAT HAPPENED AS WE DID AT 9/11.

    瞭解發生了什麼,就像我們在9/11時一樣。

  • >> Stephen: THE OFFICIALS AT THE D.O.J. HELD A NEWS

    >> 史蒂芬: 司法部官員召開新聞發佈會。

  • CONFERENCE TODAY.

    今天的會議。

  • DID YOU GET A CHANCE TO SEE THAT?

    你有機會看到了嗎?

  • >> YES.

    >> 是。

  • >> Stephen: WHAT STOOD OUT FIRST OF ALL?

    >> Stephen:首先是什麼?

  • >> THEY'RE DOING THE WAY YOU EXPECT THEM TO DO.

    >> 他們在做你期望他們做的事。

  • THIS IS WHAT THE F.B.I. DOES BEST, WHICH IS TO FIND THE

    這就是FBI最擅長的事情,也就是尋找

  • PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE AND BRING THEM TO JUSTICE QUICKLY.

    人的責任,並迅速將其繩之以法。

  • SO IF YOU WERE THERE AND YOU PARTICIPATED IN THAT ATTACK,

    所以,如果你在那裡,你參與了那次襲擊,

  • THERE'S GOING TO BE A KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR.

    你的門將會被敲響。

  • YOU SHOULD TURN YOURSELF IN NOW.

    你應該現在就去自首。

  • AND THEY'RE THINKING ABOUT TAS THEY SHOULD, AS A SEDITIOUS

    他們在想的是,他們應該,作為一個SEDITIOUS。

  • CONSPIRACY AND INSURRECTION AGAINST THE UNITED STATES

    針對美國的陰謀和險惡行為

  • GOVERNMENT.

    政府:

  • THAT'S THE FIRST THING THAT STRUCK ME, THAT THIS IS WHAT THE

    這是讓我印象深刻的第一件事,這是讓我印象深刻的第一件事,這是讓我印象深刻的第一件事。

  • F.B.I. DOES AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WANT THE F.B.I. TO DO.

    F. B. I. 做的,美國人民希望F. B. I. 做的。

  • >> Stephen: YOU SAY, "YOU SHOULD TURN YOURSELF IN," YOU

    >> Stephen:你說,"你應該去自首",你...

  • DON'T-- DO YOU MEAN JUST THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN NAMED THAT

    你是說那些被點名的人嗎?

  • THEY'RE SEARCHING FOR?

    他們在找什麼?

  • OR IF YOU KNOW YOU WERE THERE AND ENGAGED IN UNLAWFULL

    或者,如果你知道你在那裡,並從事非法的

  • ACTIVITY YOU SHOULD TURN YOURSELF IN BECAUSE THERE ARE

    你應該自首的活動,因為那裡有

  • CAMERAS ALL OIFER THE PLACE AND THEY'RE GOING TO FIND YOU?

    攝影機到處都是,他們會找到你嗎?

  • >> YEAH, IF YOU TRESPASSED ON THE PROPERTY, IF YOU WENT UP

    >> 是的,如果你通過了財產,如果你去了

  • THOSE STAIRS-- NOT EVEN INTO THE BUILDING-- IF YOU WENT UP THOSE

    這些樓梯... ... 甚至沒有進樓... ... 如果你上了這些樓梯...

  • STAIRS YOU COMMITTED A CRIME.

    斯泰爾斯,你犯了罪。

  • IN YOU PARTICIPATED IN ASSAULTS ON THE POLICE OFFICERS, WENT

    你參與了對警察的襲擊,去了哪裡?

  • INSIDE THE BUILDING, ANY OF THAT, YOU ARE GOING TO BE FOUND.

    在大樓內,任何一個人,你都會被發現。

  • THE BUREAU IS A HUMAN ORGANIZATION WITH LOTS OF FLAWS.

    該局是一個有很多缺陷的人類組織。

  • ONE THING IT DOES EXTREMELY WELL IS RELENTLESSLY TRACK DOWN

    它做得非常好的一件事就是能迅速地追蹤到你。

  • PEOPLE LIKE THIS.

    人們喜歡這樣。

  • >> Stephen: WERE YOU SURPRISED IT TOOK THIS LONG TO GET THIS

    >> Stephen:你是不是很驚訝這麼久才得到這個?

  • PRESS CONFERENCE FROM THE F.B.I.

    B.I.F.B.I.的新聞發佈會。

  • AND THE D.O.J.

    和D. O. J.

  • WE'VE ALL BEEN KIND OF RELYING ON CATCH-AS-CATCH-ICA

    我們都已經有點依賴 捕捉,作為捕捉ICA

  • INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT WAS BEING DONE SO FAR TO APPREHEND PEOPLE.

    關於迄今為逮捕人民所做的工作的資料。

  • >> YES, I WAS.

    >> 是的,我是。

  • I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT AT ALL TIMES THAT LAW ENFORCEMENT BE

    我認為在任何時候都要重視法律的執行。

  • TRANSPARENT AROUND ITS WORK.

    圍繞著工作的透明性。

  • IT'S ONE OF THE REASONS I WROTE THE BOOK.

    這也是我寫這本書的原因之一。

  • ESPECIALLY IN CRISIS, THE AMERICAN PRIME NEED TO HEAR THAT

    特別是在危機中,美國總理需要聽到,

  • ADULTS ARE ON THIS AND HAVE AN UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT THEY'RE

    成年人都在這上面,並有一個理解他們是什麼。

  • DOING.

    做:

  • I WAS SURPRISED IT TOOK SO LONG.

    我很驚訝它花了這麼久的時間。

  • >> Stephen: WE HEARD FROM D.O.J. AND F.B.I. OFFICIALS AT

    >> Stephen:我們聽取了司法部長和FBI官員的發言。

  • THE PRESS CONFERENCE TODAY, WE HAVEN'T HEARD FROM DIRECTOR

    今天的新聞發佈會上,我們還沒有聽到導演的聲音。

  • WRAY.

    WRAY.

  • SHOULD HE BE OUT THERE OUT FRONT TELLING US WHAT'S BEING DONE?

    他應該在外面告訴我們正在做什麼嗎?

  • >> IN NORMAL TIMES, SURE.

    >> 在正常情況下,當然。

  • BUT I-- I SPECULATE BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW.

    但我... ... 我猜測,因為我不知道。

  • I HAVEN'T SPOKEN TO HIM-- THAT HE IS A PERSON OF GREAT

    我還沒跟他說過話... ... 他是個很厲害的人。

  • INTEGRITY, TRYING TO STAY IN THE JOB AND NOT TO GIVE AN UNSTABLE

    誠信,努力留在工作崗位上,不給人不穩定的感覺。

  • PRESIDENT AN EXCUSE TO DECAPITATE THE F.B.I. IN THE

    主席:給你一個藉口,把聯邦調查局的人斬首。

  • MIDDLE OF A CRISIS.

    處於危機之中。

  • THAT'S JUST SPECULATION, BUT IT'S INFORMED SPECULATION.

    這只是猜測,但它是知情的猜測。

  • I COULD IMAGINE HIM WANTING TO BE CAREFUL NOT TO ANTAGONIZE THE

    我可以想象他想小心不要讓人聯想到他的名字。

  • MAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE FOR ANOTHER EIGHT DAYS.

    白宮裡的男人再過八天。

  • >> Stephen: SO IT'S REALLY IN THE INTEREST OF MAINTAINING THE

    >> 史蒂芬: 所以,這真的是為了維護我們的利益。

  • INVESTIGATIONS OR CONTINUITY AT THE BUREAU WOULD BE YOUR

    調查或繼續在該局進行的調查將由你自己負責。

  • SPECULATION?

    SPECULATION?

  • IS THAT BASED-- >> THAT'S MY GUESS.

    是根據 -- >> 這是我的猜測。

  • >> Stephen: IS THAT BASED ON ANY CONVERSATIONS YOU'VE HAD?

    >> Stephen:這是根據你的任何對話嗎?

  • >> NO, IT'S JUST BASED ON MY EXPERIENCE, KNOWING THE BUREAU,

    >> 不,這只是根據我的經驗,瞭解局裡的情況。

  • KNOWING THE KIND OF PERSON CHRIS WRAY SA PERSON OF GREAT

    瞭解克里斯-韋伊的人品,他是一個偉大的人。

  • INTEGRITY, BUT VERY PRUDENT.

    誠信,但非常謹慎。

  • AND KNOWING THE KIND OF PRESIDENT WE HAVE.

    並知道我們擁有什麼樣的總統,

  • IF HE GOES OUT THERE AND STARTS TALKING ABOUT SEDITIOUS

    如果他走出去,並開始談論SEDITIOUS。

  • INCITEMENT COMMENTS BY PEOPLE THAT THEY'RE INVESTIGATING, THE

    煽動性評論,他們正在調查的人,他們正在調查的人,他們正在調查的人,他們正在調查的人。

  • BUREAU MAY BE DECAPITATED WHEN WE NEED IT MOST.

    在我們最需要的時候,主席團可能會被斬首。

  • >> Stephen: BUT THAT THESE LAWYERS WHO WENT OUT TODAY,

    >> Stephen:但是,這些律師今天出去的人

  • THESE INVESTIGATORS WHO WENT OUT TODAY, IT'S OKAY FOR THEM TO SAY

    今天出去的這些調查員們,他們可以說:"我的意思是...

  • IT BECAUSE IN THE PRESIDENT'S POINT OF VIEW, THEY'RE NOBODIES.

    因為在總統看來,他們是無名小卒。

  • >> THEY'RE CAREER PEOPLE NO ONE'S EVER HEARD OF.

    >> 他們是職業人士,沒有人聽說過。

  • KNOWING THE PRESIDENT'S PARANOIA, HE'LL PROBABLY TRY TO

    知道總統的偏執狂,他可能會試圖...

  • CONNECT THAT QUICKLY TO THE DIRECTOR.

    迅速連接到導演。

  • BUT AT LEAST IT GIVES THE DIRECTOR SOME SPACE SO AS NOT TO

    但至少它給了導演一些空間,所以不至於...

  • PROMPT AN IMMEDIATE FIRING.

    促使立即開火。

  • THAT WOULD BE VERY BAD FOR THE AGENCY AND THE COUNTRY.

    這將是非常糟糕的機構和國家。

  • >> Stephen: YOUR NEW BOOK IS CALLED "SAVING JUSTICE," AND IN

    >> 斯蒂芬:你的新書叫《拯救正義》,在《拯救正義》中,你的新書叫《正義》。

  • IT, YOU SAY THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SHOULD NOT PURSUE A

    你說,司法部不應該追究一個

  • CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION OF THE PRESIDENT ONCE HE LEAVES OFFICE.

    對總統離任後的刑事調查。

  • HAVE THE EVENTS OF THE LAST WEEK CHANGED YOUR MIND ABOUT THAT?

    上週發生的事件是否改變了你的想法?

  • >> THAT WAS A REALLY HARD CALL WHEN I WROTE IT BACK IN THE

    >> 當年我寫的時候,這是個艱難的決定。

  • FALL.

    秋季:

  • IT'S EVEN HARDER NOW.

    現在更難了。

  • I THINK I'M STILL IN THE PLACE THAT THE COUNTRY IS BEST SERVED

    我想我還在這個國家服務最好的地方。

  • BY NOT GIVING DONALD TRUMP SPACE ON OUR TELEVISION SCREENS IN A

    不給唐納德-特朗普在我們的電視屏幕上的空間,以一個

  • COURT PROCEEDING IN D.C. FOR THE NEXT THREE OR FOUR YEARS.

    今後三、四年在華盛頓特區的訴訟程序。

  • >> Stephen: WHAT ABOUT SPACE IN AN EIGHT-BY-FIVE CELL?

    >> Stephen:8×5的細胞中的空間是什麼?

  • >> I BELIEVE THE STATE PROSECUTORS IN NEW YORK SHOULD

    >> 我相信紐約州檢察官應該

  • PURSUE HIM FOR THE CROOK HE WAS BEFORE HE BECAME PRESIDENT.

    追求他,因為他在成為總統之前是個老頑固。

  • AND IF THEY CONVICT HIM, THAT'S FINE.

    如果他們給他定罪,那就好了。

  • I JUST DON'T THINK THAT THE MISSION JOE BIDEN HAS BEFORE

    我只是不認為喬-比登之前的任務是什麼

  • HIM, WHICH IS TO HEAL OUR COUNTRY BOTH SPIRITUALLY AND

    他,就是要在精神上和精神上醫治我們的國家。

  • LITERALLY, BECAUSE SO MANY OF OUR FELLOW AMERICANS ARE DYING,

    因為我們很多美國同胞正在死去。

  • IS NOT ADVANCED BY HAVING DONALD TRUMP GET WHAT HE WANTS MOST,

    並沒有因為唐納德-特朗普得到了他最想要的東西而有所進步。

  • WHICH IS TO BE IN THE DRAMA, IN WASHINGTON EVERY SINGLE DAY.

    這將是在戲劇中,在華盛頓每一天。

  • I'D RATHER THE LIGHTS GO OUT, WHICH IS THE GREATEST PUNISHMENT

    我寧願燈光熄滅,這才是最大的懲罰。

  • HEBD IMAGINE.

    HEBD IMAGINE。

  • STAND ON YOUR LAWN AT MAR-A-LAGO AND YELL AT CARS, BUT NOT HAVE

    在MAR-A-LAGO站在你的草坪上對著汽車大喊大叫,但不要有。

  • THE LIGHTS ON THERE, AND LET JOE BIDEN GET ON WITH THE BUSINESS

    燈光照在那裡,讓喬-比登去處理生意吧

  • OF THE UNITED STATES.

    美利堅合眾國政府

  • >> Stephen: WHAT MAKES YOU THINK HE'S NOT GOING TO GRAB FOR

    >> Stephen:你憑什麼認為他不會去搶?

  • THE SPOTLIGHT ANYWAY?

    燈光怎麼了?

  • I MEAN, THERE ARE CRAVEN AND CYNICAL MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA WHO

    我的意思是,有貪婪和CYNICAL成員媒體誰

  • WILL GIVE HIM ALL THE SPOTLIGHT THAT HE WANTS.

    會給他所有他想要的光亮。

  • >> HE WILL, AND THAT'S WHAT MAKES IT SUCH A CLOSE CALL.

    >> 他會的,這就是為什麼它如此接近。

  • I THINK THE AMOUNT OF SPOTLIGHT HE COULD CLAIM WOULD BE SO MUCH

    我想他能要求的曝光率會更高。

  • GREATER IF HE WAS WALKING IN AND OUT OF THE FEDERAL COURTHOUSE IN

    如果他在聯邦議會大樓裡走來走去,那就更好了。

  • D.C. AS PART OF "UNITED STATES VERSUS DONALD TRUMP."

    華盛頓特區作為 "美國對唐納德-特朗普 "的一部分。

  • THAT CIRCUS WOULD DOMINATE OUR NATION FOR PROBABLY ANOTHER

    這個圈子將統治我們的國家,大概再過一段時間

  • THREE YEARS OR MORE.

    三年或以上。

  • >> Stephen: LET'S TALK ABOUT THE PEOPLE WHO WERE PART OF THIS

    >> Stephen:讓我們來談談那些參與其中的人。

  • VIOLENT INSURRECTION, THESE PEOPLE WHO, IN MY OPINION, ARE

    在我看來,這些人都是暴力入侵的人。

  • ACCESSORY TO MURDER.

    謀殺的附件。

  • WHAT SHOULD HAPPEN TO THEM?

    他們會怎樣?

  • BECAUSE I MEAN, I'M OPPOSED TO THE DEATH PENALTY, BUT SOMETHING

    因為我的意思是,我反對死刑,但有些事情... ...

  • TERRIBLE HAS TO BE RAINED DOWN ON THESE PEOPLE SO THAT NO ONE

    恐怖的事情必須降臨到這些人身上,這樣就不會有人再來了

  • EVER BREATHES THE IDEA OF DOING IT AGAIN.

    沒有人敢於再做一次的想法。

  • >> THEY SHOULD ALL COME TO SEE THE RULE OF LAW THAT'S THE SPINE

    >>他們都應該來看看法律規則,這就是脊柱。

  • OF THIS COUNTRY UP VERY, VERY CLOSE.

    這個國家的,非常接近。

  • DEPENDING ON UPON THEIR INVOLVEMENT, THEY SHOULD BE

    根據他們的參與程度,他們應該是:

  • BROUGHT TO JUSTICE AND PUNISHED SEVERELY.

    繩之以法,嚴懲不貸。

  • I'M ALSO OPPOSED TO THE DEATH PENALTY BUT THEY SHOULD BE

    我也反對死刑,但他們應該被判處死刑

  • PUNISHED SEVERELY.

    嚴懲。

  • THEY WERE PART OF A CONSPIRACY THAT RESULTED IN THE MURDER OF A

    他們是一個陰謀的一部分,導致了一個人的謀殺。

  • POLICE OFFICER.

    警察:

  • THERE'S NOTHING MORE SERIOUS THAN THAT, IN AN ATTACK ON THE

    沒有比這更嚴重的事了,在對美國的攻擊中

  • CENTER OF OUR DEMOCRACY.

    我們民主的中心。

  • SO AMERICANS RULE OF LAW IS OUR-- IS OUR GREAT SPINE AND IT

    所以,美國人的法治是我們的... 是我們偉大的脊樑,它是...