Conservative commentator Ann Coulter took to Twitter to express her displeasure with Delta Airlines about a seating dispute.
Coulter posted a series of at least 32 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 said in a statement Sunday morning that the airline had reached out to Coulter to address her complaints.
Coulter then sent another tweet Sunday evening: "STILL WAITING FOR AN EXPLANATION FROM THE BRILLIANT, TALENTED, HARDWORKING STAFF AT @Delta."
The airline responded to Coulter Sunday night on Twitter as well as in a statement on its website, saying that it would refund her the extra $30 she paid for her pre-booked seat.
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"Additionally, your insults about our other customers and employees are unacceptable and unnecessary," the company's statement continued.