The Clinton Foundation plans on keeping any funds donated by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, a report said Thursday.
The Clinton family's charity, formally the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, has collected at least $105,000 from Trump in combination with his daughter, Ivanka, records indicate.
Despite Trump's disparaging remarks about Hispanic immigrants during his campaign announcement last month, the charitable organization has no plans to return the funds.
"We're grateful to our more than 300,000 donors from across the political spectrum whose support has allowed us to efficiently and effectively fight HIV/AIDS and childhood obesity, increase opportunities for girls and women, lift people out of poverty, combat climate change and has improved the lives of millions of people all over the world," Clinton Foundation spokesman Craig Minassian said Wednesday evening.
The charity's website shows a donation of between $100,000 to $200,000 given by "Donald J. Trump." The billionaire's daughter, on the other hand, is listed as a donor who contributed between $5,001 and $10,000. The foundation's website doesn't show the exact amounts nor when the donations were given.
"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 decision follows rising tensions between Trump and Hillary Clinton, the leading Democratic presidential candidate. Clinton was one of many to criticize Trump's recent remarks, and she did so during her first TV interview as an official 2016 candidate.
"I'm very disappointed in those comments, and I feel very bad and very disappointed with him and with the Republican Party for not responding immediately and saying, 'Enough, stop it,'" she told CNN's Briana Keilar.
In the past, Trump has denounced Clinton for the lack of transparency by the charity.
"If this was a Republican sitting right there, this would absolutely be considered illegal," Trump said in April of the organization's activities on "Fox and Friends."