When Warmbier arrived in OH, doctors discovered that he had experienced extensive brain damage throughout most areas of his brain.
President Donald Trump has also suggested that the Obama administration did not do enough to secure Warmbier's release.
Meanwhile, funeral services were held for Otto Warmbier in the auditorium of Wyoming High School in his hometown, as reported by USA Today. Warmbier was to be buried at a Cincinnati cemetery.
Blue and white ribbons, the colors of the high school, were still tied to trees in the city of about 8,000 to show of support for Warmbier's family after Otto's recent return. He told Strahan, "I was just so happy to see the kid released".
North Korea is known for illegally detaining USA citizens on false allegations of spying and anti-state crimes.
"They lure Americans, and then they take them hostage and then they do things to them, and that's what happened to my son", he added.
Warmbier was released from jail after being held captive for 17 months for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster and flown back to the USA on June 13. Sadly, he passed away after suffering from what his doctors say were severe neurological injuries that he acquired while in North Korea.
Warmbier died Monday after his June 13 return to his home state of OH, where doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center treated him. "He told him it's just like every other country", an insider told Page Six after Strahan landed a controversial interview with Rodman following his return from the country's capital, Pyongyang. "At least I know China tried!" I'm going over there out of my kindness of my heart just to try to help.
A Hamilton County Coroner has not yet determined Warmbier's cause of death.
(CNN) - Days after the death of U.S. student Otto Warmbier following 17 months detention in North Korea, the country's state media claimed his death was a "mystery".
Two countries' first bilateral diplomacy and security dialogue maintains amicable mood of US-China summit in AprilDuring the US and China's first bilateral diplomacy and security dialogue, which was held in Washington on June 21, the two countries agreed to stop domestic companies from doing business with North Korean individuals and companies who are targeted by UN Security Council sanctions.
Upon his return to the U.S., doctors who examined Warmbier said the former University of Virginia student had incurred significant brain damage and was in a state of "unresponsive wakefulness". "They said they understood".