Yanny or Laurel? Trump says, 'I hear covfefe'

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The White House on Thursday poked fun at President TrumpDonald John TrumpGiuliani says Federal Bureau of Investigation may have placed spy in Trump campaign Giuliani: There is "nothing illegal about looking for dirt on political opponents" Giuliani: If Mueller subpoenas us, we will challenge it MORE's infamous "covfefe" tweet in a video weighing in on a viral internet debate.

Unless you live under an internet-less rock, you've probably been asked the question sometime this week: yanny or laurel? There's a new mind-blower in town, and this time, quite incredibly, what you hear is supposed to depend on what you're thinking about.

Finally, the clip ends with President Trump claiming: "I hear Covfefe".

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"It's Laurel but I could deflect and divert to Yanny if you need me to".

But there are also plenty of White House staffs who only hear Yanny, including strategic-communications director Mercedes Schlapp. You may also hear both, or flip between the two.

In the video, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is asked for her response to reports saying she hears "Laurel". Older adults often start losing their hearing within the higher-frequency range, meaning it's possible that more young people hear "Yanny".

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Which is why she thinks the "Yanny or Laurel" debate is a good thing.

According to Wired, the original recording was done by an unnamed opera singer for Vocabulary.com in 2007. Check it out here and find out what you hear here.

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