You guys should probably try and learn more about what you're talking about before making any bold claims.The 35 page dossier published by BuzzFeed is, in fact, a series of memos collected by a former member of British Intelligence as opposition research, commissioned on behalf of anti-Trump Republicans (and later, by Democratic-aligned groups). This document has been circulating in political, news, and intelligence communities for months now, and some of the memos as far back as last summer. Since none of the information was able to be verified at the time, it was not published anywhere, nor included in any intelligence briefings.That is, until recently, when US intelligence agencies completed their investigation into the matter and found some of the sources contained in the memo to be credible; they then started including some the information in intelligence briefings to the president and president-elect (in the form of a 2 page synopsis of the larger, 35 page memo). The existence of both the memo and the synopsis were first reported by CNN publicly yesterday, before the BuzzFeed publication. The original CNN story, the BuzzFeed release, and the subsequent reporting by (good) news organizations all have stressed that much of the information contained in the memos is not only unverified, but in some cases unverifiable.So uh yeah. Not really anything that can be descirbed as "fake news".