‘He didn’t see that coming?’: Rod Rosenstein slayed online for feeling ‘used’ by Trump
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and President Donald Trump, composite image.

Friday's New York Times report that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein feels used by President Donald Trump was mercilessly mocked online.

One person said he was “frantic, nervous, upset and emotionally dis-regulated [SIC]” while another told the Times that Rosenstein was “shaken,” “unsteady” and “overwhelmed.”

The internet responded with disbelief that Rosenstein was surprised by Trump's actions.

Here are some of the top reactions:

Rosenstein feeling "used" was also the leading story by MSNBC's Deadline: White House anchor Nicolle Wallace.