Delta coun­ters Coul­ter’s tweets

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Delta Air Lines has pushed back at Ann Coul­ter af­ter the con­ser­va­tive com­men­ta­tor be­rated the car­rier on Twit­ter over a changed seat as­sign­ment.

Coul­ter be­gan tweet­ing about the episode Satur­day in which she said the air­line gave away an “ex­tra room seat” she re­served be­fore a flight from New York to Florida de­parted. She joked that Delta hires peo­ple who seek to be prison guards, an­i­mal han­dlers or East Ger­man po­lice. She also la­beled the woman who took her seat as “dachs­hund-legged.”

Delta re­sponded to Coul­ter on Twit­ter on Sun­day and said that “your in­sults about our other cus­tomers and em­ploy­ees are un­ac­cept­able and un­nec­es­sary.” It said it would re­fund Coul­ter the ex­tra $30 she paid.

JOSE LUIS MAGANA/AP 2010

Con­ser­va­tive au­thor Ann Coul­ter at­tacked Delta Air Lines on Twit­ter for mov­ing her to a dif­fer­ent seat.

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