A super-PAC supporting Donald TrumpDonald TrumpIran's leader vows 'revenge,' posting an image resembling Trump Former Sanders spokesperson: Biden 'backing away' from 'populist offerings' Justice Dept. to probe sudden departure of US attorney in Atlanta after Trump criticism MORE has made its first ad buy for the general presidential election, according to a new report.

Rebuilding America PAC has reserved roughly $1.1 million for national cable outlets, according to The New York Times.

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The New York Times on Tuesday reported the group is backed by Tom Barrack, a real estate developer and long-time friend of Trump who recently held a fundraiser for Trump in Los Angeles.

Barrack told the newspaper the super-PAC has raised $32 million but has yet to file its fundraising report with the Federal Election Commission (FEC).

Rebuilding America PAC released its first campaign ad last Sunday, tying Democratic candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSamantha Power's Herculean task: Turning a screw with a rubber screwdriver Beau Biden Foundation to deny lobbyist donations, make major donors public Whoopi Goldberg wears 'my vice president' shirt day after inauguration MORE’s email controversy with Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonMcConnell proposes postponing impeachment trial until February The Hill's Morning Report - Biden takes office, calls for end to 'uncivil war' The Memo: Biden strives for common ground after Trump turmoil MORE’s marital infidelities.

The 30-second ad, titled “More of the Same,” blends footage of both Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton defending themselves in their respective situations.

One clip shows Clinton insisting during an August 2015 news conference she turned over “everything” regarding a private email server used while she was secretary of State.

“I did not send classified material … and I did not receive any material that was marked or designated classified,” the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee says in the ad.

Bill Clinton also responds to accusations of sexual misconduct between himself and former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in the clip.

“These allegations are false,” the former president says in a January 1998 speech featured in the spot.

The New York Times reported Rebuilding America PAC plans to run the spot through June 16, marking the first significant ad campaign for Trump since he became the GOP’s de facto presidential nominee.

Great America PAC, another group backing Trump, has been running ads on select DirecTV and Dish services, the newspaper added.

Trump has frequently vowed his personal fortune frees him from the influence of wealthy special interests.

The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday reported there are now at least four super-PACs now backing the billionaire ahead of the general presidential election.