A provocative report claiming the Russian government has been "cultivating, supporting and assisting" President-elect Donald Trump for years was published by BuzzFeed late Tuesday night.

There's just one problem: The allegations in the 25-page dossier are unverified.

Incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus joined "Fox and Friends" Wednesday to discuss the unverified allegations.

"It is complete garbage, I'll tell you that. ... BuzzFeed themselves said this stuff's not credible. The New York Times announced overnight they couldn't even publish this stuff because they couldn't verify it and they don't believe in it," Priebus said.

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Trump released a string of tweets in response to the allegations.

"The big accusation here is that a guy who works for the Trump Organization by the name of Michael Cohen was in Prague meeting with some Russian agent," Priebus said. "I talked to the guy, he's never been to Prague in his life. I looked at his passport page by page. He's never been to Prague."

The Kremlin released a statement saying the claims were fake.

Watch the interview with Priebus above, and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.

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