When Professor Greg Hill of Boise State University received questions from two different Canadian news organizations about an op-ed he wrote for The Washington Times that described Canadaland as “fake news,” he did not respond to the reporters who sent them. Instead, he forwarded their emails to Todd Cranney, a Republican strategist who served as the deputy political director for Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign.
Cranney is a partner at Riverwood Strategies, an Idaho-based strategy and communications firm that worked with the Romney and Marco Rubio campaigns and with America Rising, a political action committee that produces opposition research on Democrats.
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