WHAT WE KNOW:
United Airlines says it’s investigating a leak of information regarding Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) controversial flight to Cancun, Mexico.
• “It’s against United’s policies to share personal information about our customers and we are investigating this incident,” United told The Hill in a statement.
Ted Cruz apologizes for taking the trip to Cancun Mexico
THIS IS WHAT UNITED AIRLINES ARE SAYING:
“It’s against United’s policies to share personal information about our customers and we are investigating this incident,” the United executive said in a statement provided exclusively to POLITICO. The executive noted that the leaker could be terminated.
This is the leaked log that United Airlines is investigating
And just like that, Ted (Rafael) Cruz seems to be on his way back to Texas.
"CRU, R." is on the upgrade list on this afternoon's flight from Cancun to Houston. He was on the list on yesterday afternoon's flight down to Cancun, too. pic.twitter.com/4SJano1zb3
— Kyle Potter (@kpottermn) February 18, 2021
How all this started:
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