The President did appear to try to clean up remarks in Beijing when he said he did not "blame" China for its unfair trade practices and gave the country "credit" for taking advantage of the US.
"President Trump hosted a trilateral meeting with Prime Minster Turnbull of Australia and Prime Minister (Shinzo) Abe of Japan, which was followed by a bilateral meeting between President Trump and Indian Prime Minister Modi".
He says time is running out and the USA has made clear "all options remain on the table".
CNN correspondent Will Ripley, who was in Pyongyang at the time of Trump's speech, said last week this type of language is likely to be "more infuriating to the North Koreans than the fiery rhetoric (Trump has) used before", as the USA leader "directly criticized their ideology and authoritarian system".
"Everywhere we went, our foreign hosts greeted the American delegation and myself included with incredible warmth and hospitality and most importantly respect".
The newspaper also described Mr Trump as a "coward" for cancelling his recent trip to the Demilitarized Zone during his Asia trip.
The editorial also referred to Mr Trump as "an old lunatic, mean trickster and human reject" as well as "a disgusting criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people".
"During the visit, both China and North Korea will also exchange views on issues of common concern such as the relations between the two parties and the two countries", Geng added.
President Donald Trump says the US and China agree that North Korea can not just freeze its nuclear weapons program in exchange for concessions and that it must eliminate its arsenal.
Close Vietnam's Communist Party Secretary General Nguyen Phu Trong left and China's President Xi Jinping in Hanoi on Nov. 12
President Donald Trump says the US and China agree that a "freeze-for-freeze" agreement with North Korea is not acceptable.
President Donald Trump has paused an address to the nation about his 12-day Asia trip to take a swig of water - twice.
Back in 2011, the USA proposed the concept of a free and open "Indo-pacific region" but Trump has yet to spell out what that might mean, said Yoshinobu Yamamoto, professor of worldwide relations at the University of Niigata Prefecture.
President Donald Trump says his trip to Asia showed that America's "standing in the world has never been stronger".
Trump's speech at the APEC regional forum in Danang, praised in advance by the White House, was at times reminiscent of his election campaign rallies on the theme of "America First".
While on campaign trail in 2016, then-candidate Trump condemned North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as "obsolete" and suggested pulling the United States out of the alliance if other members did not meet spending requirements.
During his trip through Asia, Trump secured new projects and deals that will bring investment back to the United States and employ American workers, the White House said. During these events, North Korea's nuclear crisis dominated the political agenda.
The president also tweeted Wednesday that he was "forced" to watch CNN during the trip and "again realized how bad, and FAKE, it is".