NJ Mayor On Less Tourism This Summer: ‘It’s Not Going To Be Pretty’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

NJ Mayor On Less Tourism This Summer: ‘It’s Not Going To Be Pretty’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC 1


Asbury Park, NJ needs tourists, and this year, they are hard to come by. Mayor John Moor joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss Asbury Park’s plan to reopen today, what September could look like with a severe lack of tourists this summer, and whether he’s worried about a spike in coronavirus cases once businesses are opened back up again. Aired on 06/15/2020.
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NJ Mayor On Less Tourism This Summer: ‘It’s Not Going To Be Pretty’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

44 Comments on "NJ Mayor On Less Tourism This Summer: ‘It’s Not Going To Be Pretty’ | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC"

  1. Ralph Colerick | June 15, 2020 at 12:50 PM | Reply

    sad to say but I don’t think its over. More cases in southern states and California soo get ready northeast because SOME people don’t take it seriously

    • Over 500 people are still dying every day. It is far from over.

    • David Gainey | June 15, 2020 at 1:40 PM | Reply

      The flu isn’t over thousand die every month.

    • Especially the Southern States they don’t believe in it & as for California places like Orange County the people there think like people in Orange County Florida; its not taken seriously at all!🙏🙏smh

    • @David Gainey Basically the same number of people die from flu a/ b every year. So there really isn’t any point with the flu comparisons because there isn’t a point. Just a decision about how much some like to use obfuscation.

  2. Uhtread The unholy | June 15, 2020 at 12:51 PM | Reply

    Definitely need to teach people how to wear a mask… The vendor shown had it under his nose…. It doesn’t work that way

    • The surgical style masks aren’t sealed and are basically sneeze guards. If you’re high risk, stay home.
      The “vast majority of people who get Covid19 will recover and be fine”, per the CDC.

    • Uhtread The unholy | June 15, 2020 at 1:09 PM | Reply

      @RJR Parker yep! Absolutely right. Stuff still fly’s out your nose when you sneeze. And it’s just a good idea to wear something properly, especially now

    • I have to admit…I do that sometimes….but only when I am not in contact with people. Breathing in that mask is irritating

  3. In other news, t’rump won’t disclose which corporations got over $500 billion in taxpayer bailout. I wonder why? 🤔

    • Laura Zaboraski | June 15, 2020 at 12:58 PM | Reply

      Bet his is high on the list 🙄

    • I heard 200 to 300 million went to oil companies. They got the revenue limits for businesses increased, so they qualified. Not ExxonMobil, obviously, but midsized oil companies, I guess

    • Laura Zaboraski | June 15, 2020 at 1:38 PM | Reply

      Bella Wolff …would be nice if they released the list as promised….it’ll be number 32 for promises broken if it’s not.

    • Dawn-Marie Langlois | June 15, 2020 at 3:41 PM | Reply


  4. Monica Coates | June 15, 2020 at 12:53 PM | Reply

    Don’t open too early and fast or you will end up like Florida, Arizona, Texas, and so many others who are having to shut back down again!!!!!!! Arizona opened bars way too soon, and they are all paying this week. Closed! Read the news. Learn from the mistakes of others!

  5. Dawn-Marie Langlois | June 15, 2020 at 12:56 PM | Reply

    WHY isn’t SHE WEARING A MASK!?!?!?!

  6. Andreia Reminiec | June 15, 2020 at 12:56 PM | Reply

    Mayor,why aren’t the residents wearing masks in this report?

  7. Holstorr Sceadus | June 15, 2020 at 12:57 PM | Reply

    Who goes to Jersey willingly?

  8. “great”, “mom & pop”, “bad for the economy”
    A politician talking like a politician. Profit before people, it’s the same the country over.

    Good luck!

  9. If Trump hadn’t closed late to save economy 😩, then opened up a month later ,after closing to save economy 😳
    America wouldn’t be #1 for death and you would be open July …..blame greed and stupid

  10. David's Garden | June 15, 2020 at 1:20 PM | Reply

    Not everyone is required to wear a mask.

  11. KrystalOcean | June 15, 2020 at 1:37 PM | Reply

    That’s actually cool that they aren’t charging license fees this year.

  12. Dickson Chee | June 15, 2020 at 1:48 PM | Reply

    USA is not safe at all so worst now 140 000 deaths protests all over .

  13. I feel sorry for all the people who chose to base their entire livelihood on catering to people’s whims, but whims are not more important than health.

  14. What kills me about all of this is they’re acting as though it’s just the rules that are keeping people from packing into the clubs. people stopped going to the restaurants prior to COVID 19 closures. I went out to dinner on 3/12/2020. The popular restaurant was less than half full. It’s not just the law that’s keeping people out. I wouldn’t go to an indoor dining restaurant or a dance club if you paid me right now. And I’m the majority.

    • We just want equal rights to be able to choose to open up life again! The BLUE States not fully opening up, allowing people to go back to work and now threatening to shut down again if the Democratic Scare rules are not followed “IS SIMPLY WRONG”! Someone should work on overturning the POWER the GOV/Mayors have to dictate/rule the public! I don’t understand why anyone would vote theses Democrats back in again, unless you enjoy getting in line and letting govt tell you what to do, like sheep being lead to slaughter, instead of Republican guidelines and the public has a choice to think for themselves!

    • @Pam Deshane Some blue states which are not showing increases in virus cases now, are not fully open , precisely, because they do not want an increase in covid cases again. States, mostly red, are now seeing an increase in cases. For you it’s worth the gamble of opening everything. For a lot of us it’s not.

    • @Pam Deshane I think you have sheep to the slaughter wrong, lol. And what happened to all that stimulus money? Went into pockets of the corporations who then laid people off and banked the money. Maybe you should smarten up and demand that money goes to the people next time to pay rent and buy food and yes when business open spends their money in restaurants.

  15. It’s never been pretty. Fist pumpin in a mask this year bro.

  16. “The bill of rights is above my pay grade.” -Phil Murphy, DEMOCRAT

  17. Open too early and watch the death rate climb , wait and stay closed and more survive to fight another day

  18. Nothing confusing at all. Mother natures IQ test. Be careful out there.

  19. Just freaking cancelled all my flight and travel plans to California and Utah this fall and we are all sick to our stomachs.

  20. He is gasping for air behind that mask, probably ruining his immune system

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