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Critics mock United Airlines as CEO defends removing ‘belligerent’ passenger


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“This is like we reaccommodated El Chapo out of Mexico,” said Kimmel in response to Munoz’s initial statement. “That is such sanitized, say-nothing, take-no-responsibility, corporate BS speak. I don’t know how the guy who sent that tweet didn’t vomit when he typed that out.”

“And by the way,” added Kimmel, “they could have almost certainly gotten more volunteers by offering more money or travel vouchers. Maybe 800 bucks wouldn’t do it, but you could have gone up to 1,000 or 5,000 or 100,000 — who cares, it’s not the passengers’ fault that you sold too many seats on your plane.”

The editors of the Merriam-Webster dictionary also tweeted out some advice for United on how the process of “volunteering” works.

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