Ann Coulter tweets her displeasure with Delta amid seat dispute

FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2011 file photo, Ann Coulter waves to the audience after speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)
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NEW YORK (AP) — Conservative commentator Ann Coulter took to Twitter to express her displeasure with Delta Airlines about a seating dispute.

The Huffington Post reports Coulter posted a series of tweets after she said the airline gave away an "extra room seat" she had purchased before a flight from New York to Florida had departed on Saturday.



Coulter said she was upset about the seating change because she took the time to investigate the aircraft and choose her pre-booked seat. She tweeted she was moved "w/o explanation, compensation or apology."

Delta's Anthony Black says the airline is reaching out to Coulter to address her complaints.

Coulter continued to post throughout the weekend. She tweeted and retweeted dozens of posts sharing disdain for the airline.



Delta responded to Coulter's tweet storm on Twitter by calling her posts "unacceptable and uncalled for."



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