The Republican congresswoman also noted that Trump's blunt "fire and fury" and "locked and loaded" warnings, that the US military is prepared to respond to any attack, did result in Kim Jong Un backing down from his threat to fire multiple intermediate range ballistic missiles toward the USA territory of Guam.
"I believe that it is important", insisted the head of the american diplomacy, which has already been open in the past to negotiations on the condition that they focus on the denuclearization of North Korea, including Kim Jong-un does not want to hear. "They will be in jitters".
Under Kim, Pyongyang has made rapid strides in its ballistic missile technology, which it is banned from pursuing under United Nations resolutions that have slapped it with seven sets of sanctions.
"[We] just wish United States policymakers should seriously think twice ahead of an obvious outcome [of a war]", it warns.
Amid swelling martial music, images appear of USA leaders including Tillerson, Mattis, Vice-President Mike Pence, CIA Director Mike Pompeo and finally President Trump, who is shown looking at a field of crosses, as the words, "The fate of the US and its crimes ends here" appear in Korean. OFAC also cites another order from President Bush in June 2005 that initiated the freezing of assets against developers of weapons of mass destruction and their abettors.
"We need to see more on their part", he said, without elaborating. "We urge the U.S. side to stop this wrongdoing and correct it". He then tweeted that the United States military is "locked and loaded".
A recent propaganda video released by the rogue regime shows President Trump looking out over a field of crosses in a graveyard in Guam.
The photos were carried in the morning edition of the Rodong Sinmun, the ruling party's newspaper, and released by the Korean Central News Agency just two days after the United States and South Korea began annual military exercises that the North claims are a rehearsal for war.
The exercise between Seoul and Washington, which has been held since the 1970s, will be largely computer simulated and created to hone responses to any situation from conventional weapons to a nuclear war.
He also expressed hope that it was a sign of Pyongyang's readiness to enter peace and disarmament talks with Washington "sometime in the near future".
Michael Duitsman, a research associate at the Center for Non-Proliferation Studies, said the first missile has not been seen before.
The punishment was slapped on the impoverished nation after the dictator threatened to fire on the U.S. territory of Guam.
But South Koreans are familiar with such preparations, having seen many over the decades since the height of Cold War tension with a neighbor it is still technically at war with, and many people have become inured to the danger.
"They must stop blatant provocations and unilateral pressure", Jin Jong Hyop said.