North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is sending a "Thanksgiving message" to U.S. President Donald Trump through his regime's latest missile launch.
That's the common perception among American media outlets, as they report on the North's latest firing of two projectiles.
The Washington Post says Pyeongyang used the start of the Thanksgiving holiday to vent its frustration over the administration's refusal to grant the regime sanctions relief.
Reuters said the launch served as a reminder of the North's year-end deadline for the U.S. to come up with new approaches to restart their stalled denuclearization talks.
It also noted the test-firing also came one day before the second anniversary of the North's ICBM test, a missile that reportedly has the range to hit the U.S. mainland.