Actress Louise Linton apologizes for 'inappropriate and highly insensitive' Instagram exchange

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The photo raised the eyebrow at Washington Post, which pointed out that government planes typically are not used for this sort of domestic travel.

Jenni Miller, a mother from OR, commented under the post: "Glad we could pay for your little getaway".

In summary, Linton, who is married to a Goldman Sachs banker-turned-public-servant worth as much as $500 million, took time out of her day to rant about her status and boast about the amount she pays in taxes, which she assures Miller is a lot, because she's rich, you follow? "I'm pretty sure we paid more in taxes toward our day "trip" than you did", she wrote.

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Having apparently looked at the critic's profile, she wrote: "You're adorably out of touch ..." Linton posted this photo, with various fashion houses tagged for her blouse, trousers, bag and shoes - and she tagged her hubby Mnuchin. She suggested she and Mnuchin contributed more to the USA economy and paid more in taxes than her critic.

Before marrying Mnuchin, Linton was ridiculed online for her self-published memoir, "In Congo's Shadow: One girl's perilous journey to the heart of Africa". "Be it as an employee who pays his taxes, OR sacrificing for your country?" It all started with the awesome and glorious picture of Louise Linton in which she is stepping off from the government plane, the picture was taken on a trip to Kentucky and her husband.

The woman who was on the receiving end of Treasury Secretary Seth Mnuchin's wife's condescending remarks got in a few shots back at the former actress Tuesday afternoon. Your kids look cute.

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"The Tom Ford sunglasses retail for US$445, the Hermès scarf for US$940, the Valentino heels are US$995, and the Roland Mouret pants are US$1,395 (though they are now on sale for US$348)".

At the time of its publication, the hashtag #LintonLies began trending on Twitter, and according to the Scotsman newspaper, the Zambian High Commission in London slammed Linton for her "falsified" account and accused her of "tarnishing the image of a very friendly and peaceful country". Your life looks cute. "I know you're mad but deep down you're really nice and so am I", she continued.

On her Instagram account, which has been turned to private, she added a caption to the photo that included hashtags for her wardrobe, the Times noted.

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A spokesperson for Mnuchin did not immediately respond to Yahoo!'s request for comment. She concluded the comment by suggesting Jenni leave "nice" comments and that she "chill out" with the latest "fab" Game of Thrones episode.

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