A Democratic group has filed a complaint with the FBI questioning contributions from Donald Trump to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, calling it a "prime example of public corruption."
The complaint by the Democratic Coalition Against Trump highlights $651,000 in contributions received by Bondi and her political committee, And Justice for All, when she was seeking reelection in 2013 and 2014.
Among them is a $25,000 check that came as Bondi's office was reviewing a New York lawsuit alleging that Trump University scammed thousands of people. Bondi and her predecessor, Bill McCollum, received more than 20 complaints about Trump University.
As well, the anti-Trump group's complaint points to two $500 donations by Trump and his daughter, Ivanka. And it raises questions about money given by Republican groups.
In July and August 2014, Donald and Ivanka Trump gave a combined $125,000 to the Republican Party of Florida, which spent more than $1.4 million in support of Bondi's reelection.
And they ask that the FBI investigate a $500,000 donation to And Justtice for All from the Republican State Leadership Committee, though there are no known links between that group and Trump.
Both Bondi and Trump have insisted that they never discussed Trump University when Bondi called to ask for a campaign contribution. Whitney Ray, a spokesman for Bondi, said in an email last week that "the matter never rose to the attorney general's level for any decision of any kind."
Last week, the Democratic Coalition Against Trump filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice alleging bribery and civil rights violations.