troubleshooting Question

Automatically run a second command everytime the "ssh" command is run. Bash.

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My request may be simple, but I'm not very familiar with bash so any detailed help would be nice. I want to run the "curl" command everytime any user on this server runs the "ssh" command. The users all run bash, is there a way this can be achieved? Perhaps through bashrc or some other method?
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