A march supporting President Trump is expected to take place in Berkeley on Saturday, and while city officials said there's little credible evidence of a major event materializing, they are worried about what will happen if counterprotesters show up.
The event billed as a "march for freedom," comes a little more than a month after violence broke out over a scheduled - then canceled - appearance at UC Berkeley by right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos.
The march, according to a Face
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