A spokesperson for Vice President Harris said officials are “looking into” an incident in which a woman apparently pretending to be a Univision reporter snuck into a press conference in Mexico City to tell Harris that she had voted for her.

The fake reporter identified herself as “Maria Fernanda” from Univision.

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When given the microphone to ask her question, Fernanda said, “Thank you Madame Vice President, for me it’s an honor because I actually got to vote for the first time as a nationalized citizen. I voted for you.”

Harris responded by saying, “Thank you.”

Fernanda then asked Harris what messages of hope she would offer to women of color on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

Daniel Coronell, president of Univision News, later tweeted a video of the interaction and stressed that the woman was not affiliated with his company.

Read more at The Hill.