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A nodding woman stole the show at President Donald Trump's Miami town hall on ABC Thursday night.

The dark-skinned Latina, wearing a red mask, was seen nodding her head and giving the thumbs up while Trump spoke.

Twitter quickly dubbed her the #noddinglady and #LadyinRed. Some Twitter users demanded to know who she was so they could make her life miserable for being an obvious Trump sympathizer.
 

It wasn't long before Twitter sleuths found her. She was identified as Mayra Joli, an immigration attorney and pro-Trump activist who once ran for Congress and lost to Democrat Donna Shalala.

One user tweeted: "Are you the amazing woman behind President Trump in the town hall tonight? You were fabulous if so."

Another user wrote: "you kept me smiling during the town hall tonight... thank you!"

A third user tweeted: "Were you the red masked lady at the Trump town hall? If so...my hero!!! Made my night."

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Mayra is happily married to a former Marine and current University of Miami law professor Steve Befera. They met in 1995 and share a son, according to Heavy.com.

Mayra is active on Twitter, and calls herself a "former Democrat, always conservative."

Among her tweets in the past few weeks is a pro-Trump song by Cuban-American artists titled "Yo Voy a Votar Por Donald Trump" (I will vote for Donald Trump).