North Korea once again took a jab at President Donald Trump by calling him "mean trickster" and an "old slave of money." In a commentary, Wednesday  North Korea’s main party newspaper Rodong Sinmun accused Trump of committing the worst crime as he "dared malignantly hurt the dignity" of their supreme leader Kim Jong Un.

North Korea accused Trump of having “painted a black picture of the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea).” The reclusive country also said that Trump's remarks “cannot but be viewed as the final confirmation of the White House’s policy hostile to the DPRK…and an open declaration of war not to allow the existence of the Korean people anymore.”

"Trump, who is no more than an old slave of money, dared point an accusing finger at the sun. He should know that he is just a hideous criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people. He will be forced to pay dearly for his blasphemy any moment," the commentary read. "Such a depraved guy as Trump, who is dreaming a pipedream of spreading venom of corrupt American capitalism…, will never grasp the truth that injustice can never prevail over justice until his last breath."

During Trump's visit to South Korea last week, the U.S. president denounced the North’s “cruel dictatorship” in a speech to legislators in Seoul. The visit was part of a marathon five-nation Asia tour, most of the agenda focusing on how to end the North’s nuclear weapons ambitions.

 Trump also told Kim’s “rogue” regime not to test the United States and its allies.

“Do not underestimate us,” the president said last week. “And do not try us. We will defend our common security, our shared prosperity, and our sacred liberty.”

North Korea's ongoing nuclear program and testing of several long-range missiles have increased tensions in the Korean Peninsula. However, Kim's regime refrained from any provocation for more than 50 days since its testing of an intermediate-range missile over Japan in September. 

Trump and Kim have exchanged increasingly heated threats in recent months, as the president promised “fire and fury” like the world has never seen should the nuclear threat continue. 

Towards the end of his Asia tour, Trump sent a tweet from Vietnam's capital Hanoi taunting the North Korean leader over his height and weight.

“Why would Kim Jong-Un insult me by calling me ‘old,’ when I would NEVER call him ‘short and fat’?” he tweeted.