Conservative commentator Ann Coulter sent a series of tweets insulting Delta Airlines for allegedly booting her from her seat.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter sent a series of tweets insulting Delta Airlines for allegedly booting her from her seat. Jose Luis Magana AP
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter sent a series of tweets insulting Delta Airlines for allegedly booting her from her seat. Jose Luis Magana AP

Delta Airlines responds to Ann Coulter's ‘unacceptable and unnecessary’ tweetstorm

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