What Really Happened Between Ann Coulter and Delta Airlines?


Americans recently learned of an unfortunate mishap between conservative political commentator Ann Coulter and Delta Airlines on Saturday. According to the New York Times, Delta ordered Coulter to move to Seat 15A, even though she originally booked seat 15F before changing her mind and reserving 15D.

Delta provided the specific following statement:

At the time of boarding, Delta inadvertently moved Coulter to 15A, a window seat, when working to accommodate several passengers with seating requests. When there was some confusion with seating assignments during boarding, a flight attendant stepped in and asked that all of the passengers move to the seats noted on their respective tickets. All customers complied and the flight departed without incident.

Coulter then responded with a series of angry tweets:


Apparently, these tweets (along with many others) did not sit well with Delta because they replied with the following:


Further remarks from Delta indicate that they only learned of the mishap with Coulter’s seating arrangement after reading her tweets. The airline company allegedly reached out to Coulter in the hopes of extending their apologies, but they were unable to touch bases with her until Sunday.