'I hear covfefe': President Trump weighs in on 'yanny' and 'laurel'

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 18, 2018

Senior aide and first daughter Ivanka Trump, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders were among those taking part in the video.

The whole thing is supposed to function on the same principles as the Yanny and Laurel puzzler: A change in pitch and individuals' sensitivities to certain pitches push them into one "camp" or another. The video ends with a cameo by President Trump who delivers the punchline.

"I hear covfefe", Trump mentioned in a video posted to Twitter Thursday evening, seemingly poking enjoyable of himself after he tweeted "covfefe" one yr in the past. She proudly says, "It's Laurel", before adding, "But I could deflect and defer to Yanny if you need me to".

Donald Trump's staff have released their own video trying to settle the question that has been on America's mind since a YouTube clip went viral earlier this week.

When asked about reports that she hears "Laurel", White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders responds, "Clearly, you're getting your information from CNN, because that's fake news". They take the opportunity to poke fun at themselves, and work in a few jabs while they're at it. 'All I hear is Yanny'.

Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro wrote, "Okay, this is cute". Some Twitter users found it amusing, while other scoffed at it.

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