Pro-Trump, anti-Trump protests planned in Berkeley

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BERKELEY, Calif. (KGO) -- A weekly farmers market in Berkeley won't take place this Saturday because of two rallies for and against President Donald Trump.

That farmer's market usually takes place at Berkeley's Martin Luther King Junior Civic Center Park.

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Police expect large crowds with rallies both supporting and opposing President Trump.

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Market organizers were concerned a violent scene will erupt when the groups face each other.

Several people were hurt when both anti-Trump and pro-Trump groups clashed at Berkeley's Civic Center last month.

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