The U.S. envoy also said Washington demands "a complete understanding of the full extent of the North Korean weapons of mass destruction missile programs" and disarmament experts' inspection into the nuclear facilities in the DPRK before "the process of denuclearization can be final".
Trump and Kim's summit in Singapore ended with a commitment from the North Korean leader to "work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", but negotiations appear to have stalled since then.
This is not the first time that Albright has taken a swing at Trump: last April, she claimed that the Trump presidency's volatility and retreat from global leadership had given fascism a "fresh chance to strut around the world stage". "We are not going to invade North Korea".
The president told reporters at the White House: "I think most of you know where the location is".
"This complex of sites extending beyond Yongbyon represents the totality of the North Korean plutonium-reprocessing and uranium-enrichment programs", Biegun said.
According to South Korean government sources, Kim Hyok Chol now belongs to North Korea's State Affairs Commission and has always been considered an experienced diplomat in the country's foreign ministry.
Despite that optimism, Trump's director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, told Congress on Tuesday that intelligence information doesn't support the idea that Kim will eliminate his nuclear weapons or the capacity for building more.
"President Trump is ready to end this war", he said.
Speaking about intelligence agencies generally, Trump added: "I have great respect for a lot people but I don't always agree with everybody".
Trump held a historic first summit with Kim in Singapore last June to try to persuade the reclusive North Korean strongman to give up the country's nuclear weapons. We'll see. But I think they really want.
At its summit-in-chief Vladimir Putin, meeting with Russia's government in July past year, he denied before the assembled press char that Moscow had interfered in USA elections for giving a shit-or - what is also in stark contradiction to the findings, among other things, the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
He admitted that the United States and North Korea did not have an agreed definition of denuclearisation, but was blunt about USA expectations and said Mr Trump had made clear he expected "significant and verifiable progress on denuclearisation" to emerge from the next summit.
A draft Pentagon report expected to be released next week also threw cold water on Trump's upbeat assessment of the war against ISIS, according to NBC News. "They're doing tests and we don't want to be a position where we're behind".
"We are not involved in any diplomatic discussion that would suggest this trade off".
The debate is somewhat freakish, but hardly surprising: at the start of the week, the USA intelligence community presented their traditional annual reports. "That is correct. We didn't say we won't do anything until you do everything", he said.