Just a day after North Korea reported that they now have missiles that can reach the United States mainland, Donald Trump decided to continue his war of words with the leader of the country. During a speech on taxes, the president took a shot at Kim Jong-un.

Trump on Kim

It started earlier this year after North Korea launched several missiles in their region, furthering the global tension between the United Nations and the rival nation. In response, Donald Trump responded by lashing out on social media, giving Kim Jong-un the nickname of "Rocket Man." Just weeks later during a speech at the United Nations General Assembly, Trump repeated the use of the nickname which continued the reckless behavior on the part of the former host of "The Apprentice." Responding to those insults, Kim hit back by saying Trump was "mentally deranged," while warning him not to test North Korea.

The feud has only escalated since that time and is showing no signs of slowing down. Early Wednesday morning, Kim ordered the launch of the Hwasong-15 missile, which reportedly reached the highest altitude of any missile launched by North Korea in its history. Fast forward to just hours later in Missouri and Trump couldn't help but get his shot in, as reported by CBS News on November 29.

On Wednesday afternoon, Donald Trump made his way to St. Charles, Missouri to talk about his tax reform plan that is currently sitting in congress.

"Support this plan, we have tremendous support for this plan," Trump said.

"These massive tax cuts will be rocket fuel!" Donald Trump said, putting emphasis on the word "rocket." "Little Rocket Man," he said, "rocket fuel for the economy." Not stopping there, Trump went on to refer to Kim Jong-un as a "sick puppy."

Trump's other shots

In addition to his remarks about Kim Jong-un, Donald Trump spoke about the need for welfare reform.

"I know people who work three jobs and they live next to somebody who doesn't work at all," he said. "The person who is not working at all and has no intention of working at all, is making more money and doing better than the person who is working his and her a** off," Trump noted, before vowing, "It's not gonna happen."

The president continued on with his speech, blasting Democrats for obstructing his plans, while accusing them of wanting to import as many illegal immigrants into the country as possible. "They want to have people pour into the country. Illegals," Trump added, before claiming, "They don't care where the hell they come from."