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Delta Airlines Responds to Ann Coulter Criticisms: “Unacceptable and Unnecessary”

The controversial conservative author has had a weekend-long feud with the airline on social media after a mix-up over her seat on a recent flight.

Delta Airlines fired back at Ann Coulter on Sunday describing the conservative author and pundit’s weekend-long barrage of insults and heated criticism as “unacceptable and unnecessary.”

“We’re sorry you did not receive the preferred seat you paid for and will refund your $30,” the airline tweeted on Sunday night, in reference to Coulter not being given the extra-leg room seat she had booked on a flight from New York’s LaGuardia to Florida on Saturday.

“Additionally, your insults about our other customers and employees are unacceptable and unnecessary,” Delta added in a follow-up tweet.

After the seat mix-up on her flight, Coulter has spent most of the weekend on a one-woman crusade, tweeting directly at Delta, calling out the flight crew, the social media team and even the CEO Ed Bastian repeatedly on her Twitter account. She has also been retweeting past negative stories involving Delta.

Instead of calming the situation, Delta’s response to Coulter enraged her even more and she continued to rage tweet at the airline late into Sunday.

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