Clinton, who lost to President Trump due to narrow Rust Belt defeats, will headline the public event Thursday at 7 pm.
“Women for Biden will host a national training on resiliency in the face of multiple national crises and the recent loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” the Biden campaign said.
“This training will feature Hillary Rodham Clinton and Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Alexis McGill Johnson, who will discuss what’s at stake for women and how we energize and mobilize in the final weeks of the campaign.”
Trump often derides Clinton as an example of an embittered Democrat who cannot accept the 2016 election results.
Trump said during a recent campaign trip to Minnesota that Clinton is “a loser.”
“She’s a loser, but not a gracious one,” Trump said.
Clinton frequently criticizes Trump. She said in July that “we have to be ready” for the possibility that Trump loses to Biden and refuses to leave office.
The Biden campaign noted that Clinton will speak as Trump prepares to unveil on Saturday his nominee to replace Ginsburg, a liberal icon.
“Women across the country are currently bearing the brunt of the COVID-19 crisis, filling essential roles in the economy and balancing work and family responsibilities,” the campaign said.
“Americans have long been inspired by Justice Ginsburg and her work advancing equality and opportunity, and her passing has left many feeling a great sense of loss. The future of the Supreme Court has also made the stakes in this election blatantly clear.”