Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump meets with law enforcement and first responders at the St. Johns County Sheriff's Department in St. Augustine, Florida, U.S. October 24, 2016. Reuters/Jonathan Ernst

US intelligence chiefs, on Jan. 6, reportedly presented Donald Trump with information revealing that Russia was holding “compromising material” that it might use against the US president-elect, if it wished. President Barack Obama was also briefed about the same on Jan.5.

The information was presented in the form of a two-page synopsis that reflected the potential of the information to bring embarrassment to the US President-elect. Furthermore, it hinted that the exchange of information between Russians and Trump’s campaign might still be going on.

A 35-page unverified dossier has been exposed by Buzzfeed that has revealed a lot of personal information about Trump, including about his “perverted sexual acts” during Moscow visits and his assistance to Russia since five years ago. Since then, the dossier hasn’t been verified and has contained a lot of errors such as spelling mistakes. The credibility of it is still in question. It is said that the dossier was written over a period of months and was prepared by a former British intelligence agent for Trump’s opponents.

The document says that the unorthodox behaviour that Trump showed during his visit in Russia may urge the country to use the personal information in order to blackmail him, if it wished. In the document, a source is quoted as saying that Trump hired the same suite in Ritz Carlton Hotel of Moscow where President Obama along with Michelle Obama had once stayed during their official visit. Trump asked the prostitutes to perform lewd sex acts on the bed where Obama’s had once slept. The acts were reportedly monitored by the Federal Security Service and could be used against him.

“Trump’s unorthodox behaviour in Russia over the years had provided the authorities there with enough embarrassing material on the now-Republican presidential candidate to be able to blackmail him if they so wished,” the unverified document read, revealed by Buzzfeed. It also revealed that secret meetings took place in Russia between the country’s officials and Trump surrogates, including his lawyer Michael Cohen and his campaign manager Paul Manafort.

Trump as well as his team have, however, denied the allegations. “Clearly, the person who created this did so from their imagination or did so hoping that the liberal media would run with this fake story for whatever rationale they might have,” Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen told Mic. Trump also tweeted about the same calling it to be “fake” news.

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