The White House is joining in on the viral debate over whether people hear the names "Laurel" or "Yanny" in a much-shared audio clip.
"I hear covfeve", Trump says from his desk in the Oval Office, referencing the infamous typo published on his Twitter account a year ago. Story recorded himself saying "Yanny" and "Laurel" for comparison.
Some hear one word very clearly and can't understand why anyone would hear the other.
In a video posted to Twitter, the White House staff revealed whether they were hearing "Laurel" or "Yanny". Sara, it's been reported you hear Laurel.
Ivanka Trump is the first to appear on screen, listening to the quick audio clip before declaring "It's so clearly Laurel". "When the low frequencies are more emphasized, people will hear "Laurel", Crum said.
"Another user tweeted", When you hear both Yanny and Laurel, but your friends pressure you into choosing one or the other. For those who thought "the dress" debate or the "Yanny-Laurel" debates were the end, now there's the "brain storm-green needle" conundrum.
The Press Secretary blamed his information on CNN calling it "fake news" and clarified she could only hear Yanny. In fact, I began to wonder how in the world anyone could hear "Laurel".