Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will hold a debt settlement fundraiser on Sept 1, 2018, the Washington Post reports.
The event will be at the First Lady’s D.C. residence and is being held in honor of the first lady’s daughter, Chelsea Clinton, who is set to make her first appearance at the event, according to the Post.
The fundraiser will benefit the Clinton Foundation, according the Post, which added that the event will include a dinner and a Q&A.
The dinner will be hosted by former Vice President Joe Biden, who will be joined by a number of former Democratic presidential candidates, as well as a number former Republican presidents.
In a statement, Clinton campaign spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri said, “We are excited to welcome Chelsea Clinton to the White House for a meaningful event that will honor her accomplishments and make her a symbol of our country.
She will be a great ambassador to the world and a great role model for the next generation.”
The fundraiser was announced by Clinton’s campaign earlier this week.
Clinton has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump and has criticized his actions on the world stage.
Earlier this year, the former president told a group of Republican governors in the state of Pennsylvania, “If we do nothing, we will be left with a country that is worse off than it was before the Great Recession, because of the choices we made.”
In an interview with ABC News last month, Trump also said that he would take a “hard look” at the way the country has treated immigrants.
The former president has also criticized Clinton’s decision to release transcripts of private conversations she had with Bill Clinton, which have been widely criticized for undermining her presidential bid.