Delta Publicly Apologizes to Ann Coulter, Will Refund Her $30

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Coulter also accused Delta of having non-working Wi-Fi, "probably to prevent passengers from tweeting from the plane about how they're being treated".

Author Ann Coulter sparked a row on Twitter after she said the airline moved her from a pre-booked, "extra room" seat and gave it to another woman.

Coulter snapped a photo of the offending flier, and tweeted the image of the innocent by-sitters to her 1.6 million followers.

But her frustration may have taken a back-seat to a Tweet where she directed anger at the "dachshund-legged woman" who was given the seat she was paid for.

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The carrier said it will refund the $30.00 Coulter paid for her preferred seat. Coulter rebutted it cost her $10,000 in time and effort to do all the legwork to ensure she had legroom. She also compared Delta employees to prison guards and the former East German secret police.

The conservative commentator said she was told the seat was given to the woman, who appeared to be sitting with her family, for an "emergency".

July 15, 2017Coulter said a flight attendant responded "I don't know" when asked why the "extra-room seat I specifically booked" was given to another customer. Many accused Coulter of being angry because a "brown woman" was put in her pre-booked seat, though the race of the woman who was given Coulter's seat is not clear. "Congratulations to Ann Coulter on being so terrible that people are actually siding with an airline", one Twitter user wrote. I'm very sorry you had to change your seat on board today! "Her actions are unnecessary and unacceptable", it read. I would like to look into this further. "@Delta sucks", Coulter wrote. Ann Coulter was quoted as describing her experience with secuity at the Harrisburg, PA airport as, "took special care in waving the wand over my barefeet - barefeet! - but then quickly turned to the main issue at hand: the risk of an exploding bra".

Getting her photo taken without permission and seeing it splashed across social media did not go down well.

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