Earlier this week, a short audio clip went viral and divided the internet into two camps - those who heard "Yanny" and those who heard "Laurel".
"It's laurel, but I could deflect and divert to yanny if you need me too", Conway said.
The White House on Thursday jumped in on the "Yanny vs. Laurel" audio debate and it turns out President Trump doesn't hear either of the names that have split the nation. If you hear Yanny, you're picking up on the higher frequency.
In a video published on the White House's official Instagram page, various members of the Trump administration and White House staff weigh in on the viral internet argument.
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And I will note that the double standard is all too common in this chamber", said U.S. It's for you Irish people to raise your voice and say, "no enough is enough".
'Definitely Laurel, ' Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah agrees. Older adults often start losing their hearing within the higher-frequency range, meaning it's possible that more young people hear "Yanny".
"Clearly you're getting your information from CNN because that's fake news". "A few of us heard Yanny".
Vice President Mike Pence even made an appearance in the clip, simply asking 'Who's Yanny?'
Finally, the clip ends with President Trump claiming: "I hear Covfefe".
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