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Coulter called her "dachshund-legged" and implied she's an immigrant when she tweeted, "Immigrants take American jobs (& seats on @Delta)".

Coulter said some bad things about the Delta staff after she didn't get to sit in an extra leg-room seat, which she had purchased. Coulter responded to her seat reassignment with a two-day tweetstorm that included about two dozen tweets and retweets about the situation, including insults against the woman who had been given her seat so she could sit with her family. "And we hold each other accountable when that does not happen". According to Coulter, she had pre-selected seat 15D, which was on an aisle and had extra legroom.

"Now they're policing our behavior after we're off the plane", she wrote.

Many of Coulter's critics quickly rallied to Delta's defense.

The right-wing commentator followed up the tweet with a photo of the flight attendant she claimed told her to give up the seat for another passenger.

The statement by Delta went on to say that Coulter's behavior had been unacceptable and unnecessary.

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Delta added that while its social media and customer care teams made several attempts to connect with Coulter to apologize for the seat mix-up, they did not hear back from Coulter until Sunday evening.

The carrier said it will refund the $30.00 Coulter paid for her preferred seat.

Coulter has also offended the Jewish community, and in 2015 tweeted "how many f***ing Jews do these people think there are in the United States?" during a rant about Republican candidates expressing solidarity with Israel. She paid $30 above and beyond her fare for that extra-space seat.

Coulter, 55-years-old and 6 feet tall, tweeted insults at Delta flight attendants, criticized the airline's employee recruitment and training procedures, and complained about the WiFi service.

And then Coulter persisted by tweeting a photo of the woman even though she was not to blame for the seat reassignment. Following the flight, crew members reported that there were no problems or concerns escalated.

"Hey Delta, you mind telling me why it was an "emergency" to move someone else into the seat I had carefully chosen in advance and booked?" A spokesman for the airline confirmed with HuffPost that Coulter was on a flight from La Guardia Airport in NY to Florida on Saturday.


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