A new report has revealed that President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump gave thousands of dollars to Sen. Kamala Harris' campaign for California attorney general.

The Sacramento Bee reported Monday that the president gave a total of $6,000 to Harris' campaign efforts over the years, donating $5,000 in 2011 and another $1,000 in 2013. Ivanka Trump also donated $2,000 to Harris' re-election bid for attorney general in 2014.

Harris was elected as California's state attorney general in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. The wins helped launched her senate career.

Harris, a Democrat who is running for president in 2020, was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2016.

President Trump's contribution went towards a nonprofit advocacy group that fights for the rights of Central Americans, a spokesperson from the Harris campaign told the Bee. President Trump made immigration the centerpiece of his 2016 presidential campaign and in February declared a national emergency to fund a border wall.

The Bee also noted that the donation wasn't made until 2015, well after Harris had won the re-election for attorney general.

The contribution is also noteworthy for the contentious relationship between President Trump and Sen. Harris.

"Don’t you dare call that border security," Harris said on Jan. 27 about the separation of migrant families at the border in a speech that kicked off her presidential bid. "That’s a human rights abuse. And that’s not our America."

Sen. Harris has also attacked President Trump's overall stance on immigration and charges of racism in an interview with The Root.

"When you talk about him calling African countries s---hole countries, when you talk about him referring to immigrants as rapists and murderers, I don’t think you can reach any other conclusion," said Harris.

This isn't the first time reports of Trump's past contributions to Harris' political ambitions have surfaced. During the 2016 campaign, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas attempted to use Trump's history of donating to left-leaning political candidates, among them Harris, former California Gov. Jerry Brown, and current California Gov. Gavin Newsom, against Trump during the GOP presidential primary, when both of them were running as primary candidates.

Kamala Harris in Las Vegas
Sen. Kamala Harris of California speaks at the 'Conversations that Count' event during the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit at The Mirage Hotel & Casino on March 1, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ethan Miller/Getty Images