字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 From Comedy Central's World News Headquarters in New York, "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" presents... ♪ ♪ "It's 2020..." "24/7." ♪ ♪ - Every day, the field of Democratic candidates gets bigger and bigger. And this morning, it didn't just get bigger, it got louder. - Hi, I'm Bernie Sanders. I'm running for president. Our campaign is about taking on the powerful special interests that dominate our economic and political life. I'm talking about Wall Street, the health insurance companies, the drug companies, the fossil fuel industry, the military industrial complex, the private prison industry, and the large multi-national corporations. - Oh, damn. [laughter] Yo, Bernie has entered the race, and did you hear his list of enemies? This guy doesn't mess around. Yeah, he didn't come to play. He was like, "Big banks, little banks, Tyra Banks. I'm shutting you all down. You're all going down." And you can tell that Bernie's serious about winning because he didn't rub his hair with a balloon before filming this video. He's serious now. He's in it. "No balloon this time. We're going smooth." [laughter] Now, if Bernie were to win the presidency, he would become the oldest American president ever. Yes, and I mean that literally. He was born a few months before George Washington. But... [laughter] But don't let Bernie's age fool you. This guy is as feisty as ever. Just look at how he responded to Howard Schultz threatening the Democratic Party. - Howard Schultz has now said he would not run as an Independent if the Democrats nominate a moderate. - Oh, isn't that nice? Why is Howard Schultz on every television station in this country? Why are you quoting Howard Schultz? Because he's a billionaire. - Yo, I've missed Bernie so much. Are you kidding me? That was-- "Oh, isn't that nice? A-ha-ha-ha. Isn't that nice?" Because every other politician would respond to that answer in, like, a politiciany way. They'd be like, "Well, I believe Howard Schultz entering the race would be irresponsible at this time." Bernie's just like, "Howard Schultz can run for president of my ass!" [laughter] [percussive music] - Of all the Democrats hoping to be president, the one whose positions have changed the most from what they used to be is arguably Kirsten Gillibrand. Before she was a senator, Gillibrand represented a conservative district in Upstate New York. And even though that was a long time ago, she's still trying to make sure the slate is wiped clean for her 2020 run. - You've said Trump's immigration positions are racist. Now, as you know, you were more conservative early on in your career on immigration. You said you were a "firm opponent" of giving "amnesty to illegal aliens." You said English should be "the official language of the United States." You called for expediting deportation of undocumented immigrants. If Trump's immigration positions are racist, were they racist when you held some of those positions as well? - They certainly weren't empathetic and they were not kind and I did not think about suffering in other people's lives. And so I took the time. I went down to Brooklyn, I met with Nydia Velázquez, who's been a leader in fighting for families for a long time, and I listened and I realized that things I had said were wrong. - To be fair--to be fair. I get why Gillibrand had to say, "I went to Brooklyn and I saw things in a different way." Because let's be honest, if she had said, "Yeah, my policies used to be racist, but then they changed," you know, the headlines would just be "Gillibrand Admits Racism," and Trump, he'd never let that go. He'd probably make it her new nickname. He'd be like, "My opponent, Ku Klux Kirsten, is so racist, she's trying to steal the nomination from Native Americans like Elizabeth Warren. [laughter and groans] But this is not the first time that Gillibrand has apologized for her previous policy positions. Because, you see, it turn out she also used to be very pro-gun. - As a congresswoman, Gillibrand used that family tradition of hunting to appeal to conservative voters in Upstate New York. She boasted an "A" rating from the NRA. So why the 180? - After I got appointed, I went down to Brooklyn to meet with families who had suffered from gun violence in their communities, and you immediately experience the feeling that I couldn't have been more wrong. - Okay, uh... [laughter] What's... what's going on in Brooklyn? [laughter and applause] Like... Every time... every time Gillibrand goes to Brooklyn, she changes another position. [laughter] I feel like they're gonna have to make a remix to that Jay Z/Alicia Keys song. It's gonna be like... ♪ Now I'm out in Brooklyn ♪ ♪ Changin' my mind on gun rights ♪ ♪ Used to hate illegals, now I fight the good fight ♪ ♪ In New York ♪ ♪ Turns out all my past views were racist ♪ ♪ They're somethin' I'm changin' ♪ [percussive music] We've also gotten an announcement from one of the biggest names in politics, Elizabeth Warren. And she celebrated her announcement with a live Instagram chat from inside her kitchen. - Senator Elizabeth Warren becoming the biggest name in the Democratic field to signal she's running for president. Now looking to reintroduce herself to Democrats, connecting with supporters on Instagram. - Hold on a sec. I'm gonna get me, um, a beer. [claps] My husband, Bruce, is now in here. Um, you want a beer? - No, I'll pass on a beer for now. - You sure? Come and say hello to the folks. - Yes, okay. - So, this is my sweetie. - Hello. - Um, he's the best. Thank you for being here. - Pleasure. - I'm glad you're here. [laughter] - I don't always drink beer... [laughter] But when I'm trying to look relatable, I do it on Instagram. [laughter] That was an interesting choice, though, right? It really is an interesting choice from Warren, just drinking alone in her kitchen. [laughter] I guess she wanted to start her campaign, the same way Hilary ended hers, you know? Oh! [cheers and applause] Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! ♪ ♪ - There's an old African saying: If you keep quiet for long enough, you can hear a new Democrat joining the president race. [laughter] Did you hear that? Another one just joined. - Brand-new Democrat in the race for the White House, former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke, the social media phenom who lost his race for the senate last year, joined the growing field just moments ago. He's campaigning in Iowa today. - And we have something that almost no other country in the world has. We have the single greatest mechanism to call forth the genius of our fellow human beings. This democracy, more than 320 million people strong, can bring the ingenuity, the creativity, the resolve of an entire country. - Yes, that's right. Beto O'Rourke is officially in the race, and it's about time because he'd been teasing us for months. Yeah, he wouldn't say he was running, but he was on Oprah, he was on the cover of "Vanity Fair," he released a documentary, but whenever we asked him if he was running, he'd answer like a coy Southern belle. "I might, but a lady never tells." [giggles mockingly] And, I mean, obviously, we all saw this coming. This is the least surprising thing to happen since we found out Tucker Carlson said something racist. And a lot of people-- a lot of people are wondering, "Why is Beto even running for president "when he couldn't even beat Ted Cruz? I mean, he lost." I'm like, "Yeah, yeah, he lost, "but he lost by a little bit, which is what people love." Yeah, it's like "Rocky" or "Cool Runnings" or "Bad News Bears." You see, humans are weird. If you win easily, people hate you, right, like Tom Brady, and if you lose by too much, we just think you suck. But if you lose by just a little bit, people are like, "That's my guy." [laughter] [percussive music] This year is special because we're not just hearing from candidates who make you say, "Who the hell is that?" We're also hearing from candidates who make you say, "Remind me who that is again." - Former Housing secretary Julian Castro kicked off his campaign for president in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas. Castro was mayor of San Antonio before he joined the Obama administration. - The American dream is not a sprint... Or even a marathon, but a relay. Together we will show that hope can be bigger than fear, that light can be bigger than darkness, and that truth can be bigger than lies. And as long as we work for it, tomorrow will always be better than today, so let's go work. Vamonos! [cheers and applause] [laughter] - Is it just me or does Castro sound like he went to the Obama School of Speech? [laughter] Like, same cadence, same delivery... maybe it is Obama. [laughter] Like, maybe he just got fed up and he was like, "Uh, screw it. I'll run again.