A professor at a U.S. university with a long history of financial support for political candidates has donated more than $5,000 to the Institute of Public Affairs.
A spokeswoman for the Institute told The Associated Press that the money has been approved by the IUP.
This is the latest in a series of donations from the Institute to candidates that have come to light in the past year.
The IUP has received $9,000 from the U.K.-based billionaire George Soros.
In March, the institute received $4,000 for a “summit” hosted by the Republican National Committee.
The institute also gave $250,000 last year to support President Donald Trump’s reelection bid.
Former President Bill Clinton, who is not currently running for president, has been a donor to the institute.
He also contributed $2,000 in 2017 to the nonprofit organization run by the billionaire Betsy DeVos.