Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be visiting San Diego Thursday to deliver a speech criticizing Donald Trump's foreign policy agenda.
See live stream of Clinton's speech here.
Clinton's campaign team said in a statement that her speech would "make clear the threat that Donald Trump would pose to our national security and to put forth her own vision for keeping America safe at home and leading in the world."
She will speak at 11:30 a.m. at The Prado at Balboa Park Ballroom. The event is invite-only and local community leaders are being invited.
The Clinton campaign has announced there will be several visits by the Democratic presidential candidate and President Bill Clinton in the days leading up to the June 7 primary.
California Gov. Jerry Brown announced yesterday that he plans to support Clinton next week in the state's presidential primary election.
Brown said he is "impressed" with Clinton's rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but called on Democrats to unite around Clinton.
Clinton is 72 delegates away from the magic number needed for a majority of delegates to clinch the Democratic nomination.
Both Democratic candidates made campaign stops last week in California, hoping to rally support ahead of next week's primary. Sanders spent Memorial Day in the Bay Area with a stop in Emeryville planned for Tuesday as he looks to close Clinton's 2-percentage point lead in California.