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‘You’re doing amazing, sweetie’: Twitter rejoices as Delta Airlines rips Coulter for being a jerk

Delta Airlines responded to Ann Coulter’s Saturday Twitter meltdown by telling her that her insults toward other passengers and flight crew are “unacceptable and unnecessary.” said that the airline told the right-wing provocateur that they’re sorry she could not...
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