The airline confirmed the move to The Hill without elaborating on the details.
One of the incidents that inspired Delta’s ban took place on Jan. 5, when Romney was heckled while waiting for a flight from Salt Lake City to Washington, D.C., by a group of people shouting “traitor” him for not going along with Trump’s bogus election fraud scheme.
Romney shrugged off the abuse, telling HuffPost, “That’s something I’ve gotten used to over the years. That’s the nature of politics, unfortunately.”
The incident involving Graham happened on Jan. 8 at Ronald Reagan National Airport outside of Washington, two days after the South Carolina senator broke with the president, who incited a mob attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Graham was looking at his phone when a group of people yelled “traitor” and obscenities at him.
HuffPost asked Delta whether Graham and Romney flew the airline on those particular days, and how the harassers will be notified of the ban. Delta did not immediately respond.
The ban comes as the Federal Aviation Administration announced that it will tighten penalty enforcement against passengers who physically or verbally threaten airline crew or passengers, according to The Hill.