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After conservative commentator Ann Coulter blasted Delta Airlines on Twitter for giving away her roomier preferred seat to another passenger, the airline has fired back.
Coulter was flying Delta on Saturday when her preferred seat she had paid extra for – a seat that gave her additional legroom – was given to another passenger with, what Ann claims, no explanation.
Coulter blasted Delta with a barrage of tweets calling them the “worst airline in America.” She also published to her Twitter feed a picture of the passenger who was given her seat, calling her a “Dachshund-legged woman.”
She also blasted Delta’s flight crew, tweeting, “This will be a more pleasant flight, provided they don’t use @Delta flight attendants.”
Delta fired back on Twitter, calling Coulter’s comments “unacceptable,” tweeting, “We’re sorry you did not receive the preferred seat you paid for and will refund your $30…Additionally your insults about our other customers and employees are unacceptable and unnecessary.”
According to Ann the $30 she paid for the preferred seat was worth $10,000 worth of her time spent picking it.