The launches followed statements of displeasure by top North Korean officials over the slow pace of nuclear negotiations.
The MSNBC host called GOP pollster Frank Luntz a “BS grifter who apparently thinks we live in North Korea."
Twitter users compared the photos to scenes from "Shrek," "Narnia, "Game of Thrones" and even an Old Spice commercial.
Tuesday’s launch was the country's ninth round of weapons tests since late July.
Nuclear negotiations have been at a standstill since talks in February between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump broke down.
The former national security adviser is warning that the regime will never end its nuclear program willingly.
A centerpiece of this year's U.N. schedule will be a Monday session on climate change that Trump plans to skip.
"That's it," the New York lawmaker captioned a TV news chyron about President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
Talks between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump have stalled, but Pyongyang said it would be open to rekindling them this month.
A senior North Korean official skewered the secretary of state on Saturday for his "thoughtless" comments and warned the U.S. to not "test" Pyongyang's patience.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff didn’t immediately say what the weapons were, how many were launched or how far they flew.
The host zinged the president's cozy pen pal correspondence with the North Korean dictator and his Sharpie-written letters to Justin Trudeau.
North Korea said Leader Kim Jong Un supervised a live-fire demonstration of newly developed, short-range ballistic missiles.
The North Korean dictator will "do the right thing," insists Trump.
The news comes less than a week after the North launched two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea in a defiance of U.N. resolutions.
Negotiations between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump have stalled in recent months, reportedly frustrating the North Korean leader.
President Donald Trump met with Kim last month but has yet to hold any new talks in his effort to rein in North Korea's nuclear program.
One Twitter critic responds with a meme showing the North Korean dictator baiting Trump with a hamburger in a mousetrap.