This morning, North Korean state media agency Rodong Sinmun released scathing comments against Donald Trump following his visit to Asia last week. President Trump made several comments criticizing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, both against his leadership capabilities and his physical appearance. The North Korean media responded to the President's commentary by stating that Trump is "sentenced to death by the North Korean people" for disrespecting their leader and the North Korean government.

Donald Trump in Asia

Donald Trump began his trip to the continent with a visit to Japan, where Prime Minister Shinzō Abe welcomed him with a white trucker hat that said "Donald & Shinzo Make Alliance Even Greater" and later took the President golfing.

Trump flaunted his friendship with Shinzo on Twitter, saying, "My visit to Japan and friendship with PM Abe will yield many benefits, for our great Country."

Touting his visit to Japan as a success, Trump moved on to South Korea, where he visited with President Moon Jae-In. The visit took a drastic turn for the worse when Trump gave a speech to the National Assembly from Seoul.

The President's speech lambasted Kim Jong Un, attacking his leadership of the country and his failure to follow diplomatic agreements, stating "the North Korean regime has pursued its nuclear & ballistic missile programs in defiance of every assurance, agreement, & commitment it made to the U.S.

and its allies." Trump continued by saying that the North Korean officials were squelching their own people through "tyranny, fascism, and oppression," and that "an estimated 100,000 North Koreans suffer in gulags, toiling in forced labor and enduring torture, starvation, and murder on a constant basis."

Trump's remarks against Kim Jong Un did not stop there during the trip.

During a stop in Vietnam, Kim Jong Un reportedly called Trump a "Dotard," which in Korean means "old lunatic." Upon hearing the Korean leader's insults, Trump took to Twitter to call Kim Jong Un "short and fat." From serious allegations to frivolous cuts, the President used no restraint in his commentary against the North Korean leader.

Rodong Sinmun Response.

In light of the President's campaign against Kim Jong Un, the North Korean state media said, in an article, that Trump had done nothing but spout "a load of rubbish," calling him a "hideous criminal." The editorial did not hesitate in returning Trump's sentiments. "Trump," the editorial stated, "who is no more than an old slave of money, dared point an accusing finger at the sun."

It warned: "He will be forced to pay dearly for his blasphemy any moment...The Korean people will regard the face of Trump as a symbol of wolf-like US imperialism and as a target of merciless retaliation and send him to the hell he likes so much to tout." Rodong Sinmun's article declared it would no longer tolerate a "rabid dog's barking" and that the country sentenced Trump "to death." Trump and his administration have yet to respond to the editorial.