President-elect Donald Trump has not been too fond of President Obama. He spent years trying to prove Obama was ineligible to become president and even pledged to donate $5 million to charity if Obama released his passport record as the leader of the so-called birther movement. He also made it known --- about a dozen times --- how badly he wants to dismantle Obamacare by any means. Now, according to recent documents obtained by Buzzfeed, Trump apparently arranged a group of prostitutes to urinate on the Moscow hotel bed where Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama once slept.  

The 35-page report released Tuesday is contained in a dossier allegedly written by a retired British MI6 spy, who was paid by other Republicans who want to keep Trump from the White House. The accusations in the BuzzFeed documents are unconfirmed, but numerous reports indicate that Trump did travel to Russia in 2013 when he hosted the Miss Universe pageant there. The Obamas traveled to Moscow in July 2009.

The memo, published in full by Buzzfeed, claims: "According to Source D, where s/he had been present, Trump’s (perverted) conduct in Moscow included hiring the Presidential suite of the Ritz Carlton Hotel, where he knew President and Mrs Obama (whom he hated) had stayed on one of their official trips to Russia, and defiling the bed where they had slept by employing a number of prostitutes to perform a ‘golden showers’ (urination) show in front of him.” 

The hotel room was bugged with "microphones and concealed cameras in all the main rooms," the document stated. The document claims the reason Trump gathered the prostitutes to urinate on the Obamas's bed --- in their presidential suite --- was that Trump hated Obama. 

“FAKE NEWS — A TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT!” Trump posted on Twitter Tuesday evening.

BuzzFeed said in a statement that their intention on releasing the document is “so that Americans can make up their own minds about allegations about the President-elect that have circulated at the highest levels of the U.S. government.” 

This isn't the first time Trump's alleged dislike of Obama has made headlines. During one of last year's presidential primaries, Hillary Clinton accused Trump of constructing his entire political career on a "racist birther lie" that Obama was born in Kenya, not the United States.

"And the birther lie was a very hurtful one. You know, Barack Obama is a man of great dignity. And I could tell how much it bothered him and annoyed him that this was being touted and used against him," Clinton said.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, who was also a presidential nominee for the Democratic party, also claimed at one point that Trump's entire campaign was about "bigotry." 

"You remember, let's all remember that a few years ago Donald Trump was the leader of the so-called birther movement. And what the birther movement was about, Chris, was not being critical of Obama. This is a democracy. We can criticize Obama. It was delegitimizing the first African-American president in the history of our country. And the reason for that was clear. There are racists in this country who could never accept the fact that we had a black president. And that's what Trump was trying to do, delegitimize the president, not disagree with him," Sanders said in September.

Sanders said Trump's campaign message was also intolerant of other groups.

"It's against Muslims. It's against Mexicans, attacking women's—women, you know. It's not acceptable for a candidate for the president of the United States to be arguing whether or not our president was born in this country," Sanders said.

Obama did eventually release his birth certificate, which showed he was born in Hawaii. 

Trump has had other unkind words for Obama. In October, he told supporters in Pennsylvania: "The world hates our president, The world hates us."

He also doesn't like Obama's penchant for chewing gum from time to time. "He was chewing gum at a public function, and somehow it didn’t set with me. I thought it was inappropriate. But whatever, yeah. He was chewing gum. Where was that? It was at a very big, important function," Trump told QG in November 2015. 

It's unclear if Trump's dislike of Obama was racially motivated. In fact, he was an Obama fan when the president was first elected in 2008, calling him, "a champion."

But after Trump began flirting with a career in politics, he turned against the president. “Barack Obama has been the worst president ever,” he told Sean Hannity in 2011.