Trump gave at least $100K to Clinton Foundation
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New York real estate mogul Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGiuliani goes off on Fox Business host after she compares him to Christopher Steele Trump looks to shore up support in Nebraska NYT: Trump had 7 million in debt mostly tied to Chicago project forgiven MORE and his daughter Ivanka have donated a combined total of at least $105,000 to the Clinton Foundation, records show.

“Donald J. Trump” is listed on the foundation’s website as giving between $100,000 and $250,000 to the charitable organization.

“Ivanka Trump,” meanwhile, is listed as a donor who gifted between $5,001 and $10,000 to the nonprofit.

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“This list is comprised of those who made contributions or grants to advance the work of any part of the Clinton Foundation, including the Clinton Global Initiative, and indicates cumulative lifetime giving through 2014,” the website said.

The website does not specify when the Trumps donated, nor the exact amount of their contributions.

Donald Trump, a possible 2016 GOP presidential candidate, has repeatedly criticized Democratic front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGorsuch rejects Minnesota Republican's request to delay House race Biden leads Trump by 6 points in Nevada: poll The Memo: Women could cost Trump reelection MORE for her lack of transparency concerning the foundation.

“If this was a Republican sitting right there, this would absolutely be considered illegal,” Trump said last month of the foundation’s activities on Fox News’s “Fox and Friends.”

“This is about jail time; this isn’t about the voters,” he added.

The foundation’s records received new scrutiny on Thursday after ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos admitted he had donated a total of $50,000 to the foundation as of 2014.

Stephanopoulos, an ex-political adviser for former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonThe Hill's Campaign Report: Trump, Biden face off for last time on the debate stage Trump expected to bring Hunter Biden's former business partner to debate Davis: On eve of tonight's debate — we've seen this moment in history before MORE, gave $25,000 in 2013 and then again the following year.

“I thought my contributions were a matter of public record,” said Stephanopoulos, who had not previously revealed his donations.

“However, in hindsight, I should have taken the extra step of personally disclosing my donations to my employer and to the viewers on air during the recent news stories about the Foundation,” he added.

Several Republicans on Thursday urged ABC to bench Stephanopoulos for its 2016 campaign coverage due to the conflict of interest.

“It’s impossible to divorce yourself from that, even if you try,” Sen. Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulRand Paul rips 'leftwing media' for focusing on COVID-19 cases: 'Mortality rates are plummeting' Rand Paul suggests restaurants should hire COVID-19 survivors as servers during pandemic Two Loeffler staffers test positive for COVID-19 MORE (R-Ky.), a 2016 GOP contender, told The New York Times. “I just think it’s really, really hard because he’s been there, so close to them, that there would be a conflict of interest if he tried to be a moderator of any sort."

Author Peter Schweizer sparked interest in the Clinton Foundation’s finances with his new book Clinton Cash earlier this month.

It alleges that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used her political power to grant favors to foreign donors who contributed to the foundation in return.

The Clinton family has denied any illicit activity involving the charitable organization bearing their name.