Over the last two weeks, Donald Trump has made questionable decisions when it comes to the area of foreign policy. The president's latest move has been to taunt North Korea on Twitter, which has resulted in increased tension between the two nations.

Takei on Trump

Earlier this month, Donald Trump shocked the world when he decided within 48 hours to launch nearly 60 tomahawk cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase. The decision was made after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his own people, killing close to a 100 in the process, including women and children.

The move by the former host of "The Apprentice" received mixed reviews, with critics on the political left predictably not approving, though many supporters of the president, like Ann Coulter and Milo Yiannopoulos, also voicing their displeasure on various social media platforms and on cable news. Just one week later, the United States dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb in history on an eastern location in Afghanistan, targeting tunnels used by the Islamic State (ISIS). The news prompted North Korea to speak out, using it as a way to promote their nuclear testing program. As expected, Trump lashed out at the country on Twitter, tweeting, "North Korea is looking for trouble" while noting that even if the United States doesn't get help from China, "we will solve the problem without them!" In response, North Korea's vice foreign minister accused Trump of "making trouble" by sending out "aggressive" tweets.

The issue has since dominated the headlines while the word waits to see what the next step will be. Commenting on the issue with a series of his own tweets on April 14 was actor George Takei, who didn't hold back his thoughts on the issue at hand.

Taking to his official Twitter account on Friday was George Takei, who continued his war of words on social media against Donald Trump.

"Dropping bigger bombs doesn't make you the bigger man, Donald," Takei tweeted out. "Trump hopes big explosions will take our attention off #RussiaLago. But even the "mother of all bombs" won't keep the noose from tightening," he continued.

Not stopping there, the former star of the "Star Trek" TV series piled on his criticism.

"Trump now threatening to bomb a third country in his fledgling and we hope short-lived presidency," George Takei wrote, before noting that North Korea is "armed to the teeth." Takei then tweeted out an article questioning Trump's rhetoric towards the rival nation, while adding his own message, stating, "Does he know what he's doing? Or is this the mother of all distractions?"

Takei doubles down

"You know things have gotten upside down when China is urging calm and sounds like the most reasonable voice in the room," George Takei said of the issue between the United States and North Korea.

"You know it's bad when you find yourself googling 'North Korea nuclear weapons how many,'" he noted, before concluding with his final tweet on the matter as of press time, stating, "Understand that the rest of the world puts both Kim Jong-un and Donald J. Trump into the same unbalanced, nuclear-armed state leader basket."

As it currently stands, North Korea has threatened to start their nuclear testing whenever Kim Jong-un gives the military the order, which could take place as early as next week. The White House has not elaborated further with their response.