Gov. Murphy’s family heckled, cursed at while eating over the weekend at a Red Bank restaurant

Gov. Phil Murphy is getting support from New Jeseyans and lawmakers after his family was heckled and cursed at while they were eating at a restaurant in Red Bank.
The governor talked about the Saturday encounter, saying confrontations cannot be what New Jersey is about during the coronavirus pandemic.
"I'm a big boy, thick skin doesn't impact me at all, and I'd say the same for Tammy,” says Gov. Murphy. “Our kids are not part of that."
State Police Colonel Pat Callahan declined to comment on where the governor's state police security detail was during the brief confrontation that was posted to social media.