Over the weekend, Donald Trump sat down with CBS News' John Dickerson and came under fire for insulting the host during the interview. In response, Stephen Colbert decided to give his thoughts, and didn't seem pleased with the president.

Colbert on Trump

From the day Donald Trump announced his campaign for president, it was clear that he wouldn't be on the same page as the mainstream media. In the months that would follow, the press would give Trump heavy coverage, though much of it was highlighting the scandals and controversies that surrounded his campaign.

On the campaign trail, the former host of "The Apprentice" would routinely attack the media, referring to reporters and journalists as "terrible," and the "worst people" that he's ever met. That feud with the press has only increased since his upset election win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, which bottomed out earlier this year when the White House banned several well-respected news outlets from attending a press briefing. The war of words between both sides has only continued, as Trump commonly calls any reports he doesn't agree with as "fake news." After Trump trolled a news reporter to his face and later walked off the interview, Stephen Colbert hit back during the May 1 edition of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on CBS.

During his opening monologue on Monday's "The Late Show," host Stephen Colbert didn't hold back his thoughts about Donald Trump and how he treated "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson.

"Walking out in the middle of a sentence wasn't even the president's biggest insult to John Dickerson," Colbert said, before running a clip of Trump calling the host "Deface the Nation. "John Dickerson is a fair-minded journalist and one of the most competent people who will ever walk into your office," Colbert noted.

"John Dickerson has way too much dignity to trade insults with the President of the United States to his face, but I'm no John Dickerson," Stephen Colbert said.

"Mr. Trump, your presidency, I love your presidency," Colbert sarcastically said, before noting, "I call it 'Disgrace the Nation." "Your not the 'POTUS,' your the 'BLOTUS," he continued, stating, "you attract more skinheads than free rogaine." Colbert continued to hammer back at Trump, as the audience laughed on with him.

Moving forward

While Stephen Colbert and others continue to criticize and mock Donald Trump, the president doesn't appear willing to change his tune. Despite claiming to more popular than ever, the billionaire real estate mogul is facing an approval rating of just 40 percent, which is one of the lowest in recent history for a president in his first three months in office.