It's no secret that Donald Trump often makes comments that come off as reckless or offensive to many people. Continuing his war of worlds with North Korea, the president doubled down on his recent rhetoric.

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In recent weeks, Donald Trump has made it clear that he's not a fan of North Korea or their leader Kim Jong-un. Following several test missiles fired off by in the region, the United Nations voted to implement harsh sanctions against the rival nation. As expected, North Korea wasn't pleased, which resulted in Trump sounding off on social media.

It started during a tweet last month when the former host of "The Apprentice" mocked Kim, using the nickname "Rocket Man." Trump repeated the insult at the United Nations General Assembly in front of dozens of world leaders, while warning to "destroy" the nation if pressed on the issue. Since then, Trump and Kim have traded insults, with the billionaire real estate mogul promising to handle the conflict at any costs. As seen on his Twitter feed on October 7, Trump has once again gone back on the attack, this time blaming previous presidents for the current situation.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump moved forward with his attack on social media.

"Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid hasn't worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators," Trump tweeted out.

Not stopping there, Donald Trump made a cryptic remark that appeared to hint at a potential military strike.

"Sorry, but only one thing will work!" the president posted. As of press time, North Korea has not responded to Trump's tweet, thought they have done so in the past. Last month, in response to Trump's "Rocket Man" insult," Kim Jong-un referred to the president as a "dotard," while also calling him "mentally deranged," while threatening a return attack if he continued with his worlds.

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Donald Trump's controversial comments are nothing new and have only increased in recent months. As his approval numbers continue to decline, sitting at just 35 percent in the most recent round of polls, the president appears unwilling to change his tone and style, as he appeals to his base supporters on a daily basis. While it's unknown what the future holds between the United States and North Korea, only time will tell if it's something to seriously worry about.