1. Wide shot of Donald Trump talking at working luncheon
2. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Moon Jae-in, President of South Korea:
"President Trump just talked about the executive order, through which the U.S. is going to be implementing sanctions against the DPRK. There is a major announcement made by China to take actions against DPRK. I am very confident that such moves will contribute to the denuclearization of the DPRK and I'd like to extend my appreciation to President Trump and I'd like to say that Korea will closely coordinate with the United States on this matter. Through today's meeting, I sincerely hope that there will be a display of strong trilateral leadership in coordinating our response to the North Korean issue and I also look forward to engaging in the discussions for the solution to the North Korean nuclear and missile problem."
3. Wide pan of luncheon to Shinzo Abe
4. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan:
"In the last three weeks, two times, North Korea launched ballistic missiles, two times, going over Japan. And they conducted six nuclear tests and the scale of the tests were beyond the scale of the Hiroshima bombs, more than ten times the scale of the nuclear test. It was ten times more. This is an intolerable, outrageous act. Thanks to Donald's leadership, we now have the summit meeting between Japan, U.S. and Korea. So our unity and the solidarity, the strength that could be presented to North Korea, this meeting is indeed quite significant. I'd like to thank Donald's leadership. Recently, U.N. sanctions were adopted unanimously including very strict sanctions and I'd like to thank the efforts of the U.N. Ambassador from the United States. Further efforts are needed and Donald just mentioned signing a new executive order, so we are going into a new stage of pressure, exercising stronger pressures, new pressures and I welcome the new sanctions measures of the United States and I'd like to offer my heartfelt support for that."
5. UPSOUND: Donald Trump:
"Thank you all very much for being here, we appreciate it.
(Reporter question) Mr. President, is dialogue still possible with North Korea? Is dialogue still possible?
The leaders of Japan and South Korea hailed U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement Thursday of new sanctions against people, companies and institutions that do business with North Korea, calling it a "new stage of pressure" unlike any before.
Trump made the sanctions announcement during a working luncheon with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Both Abe and Moon applauded the move and pledged to work with the U.S. on efforts to denuclearize the Korean peninsula.
Moon expressed his appreciation for U.S. efforts and said, "I sincerely hope there will be a display of strong trilateral leadership in coordinating our response to the North Korean issue."
Abe called the latest sanctions "a new stage of pressure," and offered his "heartfelt support" for that.
The move comes just days after Trump threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea if forced to defend the U.S. or its allies.