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Delta Air Lines Hits Back at Ann Coulter in Seat Row

Delta Air Lines Hits Back at Ann Coulter in Seat Row

Delta Airlines has hit back at conservative commentator Ann Coulter after she unleashed a social media tirade in a row over seat reassignment on one of the airline’s flights.
Coulter, a prominent supporter of U.S. President Donald Trump during his campaign, tweeted vociferously about the incident, which took place on a three-hour flight from New York’s LaGuardia Airport to West Palm Beach in Florida on Saturday.
The political analyst and author said she’d been asked to move from a pre-booked seat on the flight to a “less desirable seat, without explanation, apology, etc.” Coulter shared an image of the woman who had allegedly taken her seat, calling her a “dachshund-legged woman,” and slammed the airline’s staff for poor customer service.
The airline responded to Coulter’s tweets with a statement on Sunday, promising to refund the commentator’s $30 for pre-booking the seat. Delta also criticized Coulter for her comments about staff and other passengers.
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