Ingraham's latest abuse hit her in the pocketbook, as Hogg's call for a boycott of The Ingraham Angle has cost the show numerous advertisers.
"She's only apologizing after a third of her advertisers pulled out", the gun control activist continued, referencing the advertising boycott he called for after her tweet.
In this combination photo, Fox News personality Laura Ingraham speaks at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 20, 2016, left, and David Hogg, a student survivor from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., speaks at a rally for common sense gun legislation in Livingston, N.J. on February 25, 2018.
Ingraham on her show Friday night described the vacation as a pre-planned break with her children for the Easter holiday.
Ingraham apologized to Hogg on Thursday on Twitter, and said any high school student should be proud to earn a 4.2 GPA. She also invited Hogg back on the program to have "a productive discussion".
"As many of you know, there have been several media reports regarding TV host Laura Ingraham's comments regarding one of the students from Parkland, FL, and Liberty Mutual Insurance's advertising during her program", Liberty Mutual chairman and CEO David Long said in a note to employees.
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Before long, Hogg's tweet was flooded with replies from his supporters, some of whom pasted images of their messages to the companies mentioned.
The war of words between the student leader and the Fox News host began when Hogg said he'd been rejected by his four top college choices, including UCLA, despite having a 4.2 GPA and an SAT score of 1270.
Earlier, candy maker Nestle also said it would stop advertising on Ingraham's show.
Pressure from Hogg's 600,000 Twitter followers undoubtedly helped the companies come to their respective decisions.
But Hogg, who has been an outspoken advocate for stricter restrictions on guns and one of the leaders of last weekend's March for our Lives, didn't consider Ingraham's comments much of an apology.
Characters like David Corn (Mother Jones), Joy Reid, and the entire Parkland student group turned to the social network to criticize Ingraham's attack. And we should be clear about this: Nobody is "silencing" Laura Ingraham.
"As a company, we support open dialogue and debate on issues", Wayfair public relations director Jane Carpenter told CNBC. Who's going to drop AT&T, say, if they decide that she was wrong but she's learned her lesson and everyone should move on?