Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Tuesday called President Trump's five-nation Asia trip a "colossal flop" and hit the president for having a "love for dictators" that he exhibited during the trip.
"I have never been so ashamed of a foreign trip in my years. It's just inside-out," Schumer said while speaking on the Senate floor, pointing to Trump's refusal to call the Chinese out for their unfair trade practices like he did on the campaign trail.
He also hit Trump for his notable comments on Twitter about North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un, where he called him "short and fat." Schumer called that a "sophomoric exchange," when Trump should have been talking to regional powers about containing the North Korean regime.
"He settled for a sophomoric exchange of insults on Twitter, far below the dignity of the office," Schumer said.
"Every American should be embarrassed," Schumer continued. "Adding insult to injury, he seems to have a love for dictators."
Schumer was referring to Trump's decision not to admonish Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte during his trip to the country over human rights abuses.
"All in all, President Trump's trip to Asia was a colossal flop. An embarrassment," Schumer said. "He seemed far more interested in pomp and circumstance, red carpets, fancy meals, flattery of foreign leaders than advancing vital American interests in a region that's increasingly looking to China for leadership."
Trump is set to return to Washington late Tuesday night.