SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A right-wing group on Friday canceled a "freedom rally" it had planned for Saturday near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, removing one major source of feared violence for city leaders, though others remained.The group, known as Patriot Prayer, instead planned a news conference at a park in the city on Saturday to explain what its leader Joey Gibson called the failure of police and elected officials to keep the group safe.Gibson said the group planned to join another rally on Sunday in nearby Berkeley — an anti-Marxist gathering hosted by a transgender supporter of President Donald Trump.
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