1. Car carrying Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak pulls up to White House
2. Najib gets out of car, shakes hands with US President Donald Trump, they walk inside
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"Thank you very much, it's great to have the prime minister of Malaysia and his very distinguished delegation with us today. We're talking about trade, very large trade deals. We're working on one deal where between ten and twenty billion dollars worth of Boeing jets are going to be purchased. General Electric engines will be purchased. And many other things. Also Malaysia is a massive investor in the United States in the form of stocks and bonds and the stock exchange and they have to be happy because we're hitting new highs on almost a weekly basis. So we're very proud of our stock market, what's happened since I became president. So I congratulate you on those investments. So, I just want to say it's an honor to have you here, it's an honor to have your delegation with us."
4. Cutaway of National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, US President:
"Also, the prime minister has a major role in not allowing ISIS - or as you say Daesh - and others to exist and he's been very very strong on terrorism in Malaysia and a great supporter from that standpoint so that's a very important thing to the United States. Does not do business with North Korea any longer and we find that to be very important. We had a vote yesterday on sanctions. We think it's just another very small step, not a big deal. Rex and I were just discussing, not big, I don't know if it has any impact but certainly it was nice to get a 15-0 vote but those sanctions are nothing compared to what ultimately will have to happen."
6. Wide cutaway of Trump speaking, push in to Trump asking Najib if he's like to speak
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Najib Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia:
"We are committed to fight Daesh, IS, al-Qaida, Abu Sayyaf, you name it. They are the enemy of the United States. They are also the enemy of Malaysia. And we will do our part to make sure that our part of the world is safe. We will also contribute in terms of the ideological warfare because you need to win the hearts and minds and the key is to support moderate and progressive Muslim regimes and governments around the world. Because that is the true face of Islam, that is the authentic face of Islam. The more you align with progressive and modern regimes, the better it will be in terms of winning the hearts and minds of the Muslim world."
8. Side shot of Najib speaking, pan over to Donald Trump wrapping up the photo spray, he ignores reporter questions
US President Donald Trump on Tuesday called new United Nations sanctions on North Korea "just another very small step."
But, he said, "those sanctions are nothing compared to what ultimately will have to happen."
Trump made the comments while hosting Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak at the White House Tuesday.
In remarks in the Cabinet Room prior to their meeting, Trump thanked Najib for investments the country has made in the United States and applauded the two nations' trade deals, including the Malaysian purchase of billions of dollars worth of Boeing aircraft.
Trump also thanked the prime minister for Malaysia's role in the fight against Islamic State militants and for halting business with North Korea.
He made no mention of the massive corruption scandal involving a state fund that Najib founded - a fund that has been at the center of investigations in the U.S. and several countries amid allegations of a global embezzlement and money-laundering scheme.
U.S. officials say people close to Najib stole billions of dollars from the fund.
For his part, Najib said he wants to help Trump strengthen the U.S. economy.
He also said Trump is on a mission to make the world safe and says: "We will do our part to make sure our part of the world is safe."
Najib's visit to the White House comes under the cloud of a massive corruption scandal involving the 1MDB state fund that he founded. Malaysia's government has said it found no criminal wrongdoing at 1MDB.
But the fund has been at the center of investigations in the U.S. and several countries amid allegations of a global embezzlement and money-laundering scheme.