'You've been used': Twitter excoriates media for regurgitating White House spin on Rosenstein 'resignation'
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly smiles as he takes questions from the media while addressing the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 12, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Twitter users on Monday lashed out at mainstream media outlets after it was reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had resigned.

On Monday, multiple outlets reported that Rosenstein was either had resigned or was expected to resign within hours.

But it soon became clear that Rosenstein still had his job and that the news was only White House spin. Raw Story also updated its report on Rosenstein after it became evident that the White House was behind the resignation claims.

Twitter users quickly saw through the media reports and accused outlets of repeating White House talking points.

Read some of the tweets below.