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A new video surfaced Wednesday showing a clear creature which lights up and speaks, but what does it say?

"Clearly you're getting your information from CNN because that's fake news", Sanders said to the cameraman, who said it was "reported that you hear Laurel".

US President Donald Trump and the White House are the latest to weigh in on the Laurel versus Yanny debate.

Now, the Trump administration has hopped onto the dying meme a day late by making a video where various characters from the White House respond.

Thanks to the team from ASAPScience who unpack the perplexing audio clip and explain in detail why some of us hear "Yanny" and some of us hear "Laurel".

'Yanny's the victor, Laurel's the loser, ' she confidently declares.

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Unless you live under an internet-less rock, you've probably been asked the question sometime this week: yanny or laurel?

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders took the opportunity to take a jab at the press.

"If there was stuff going on at high frequency range maybe you would get young people hearing/and being influenced by that, but not oldies?"

Professor Charles Spence, professor of experimental psychology, at Oxford, said he could only hear "laurel" and it could be because of his age. The student, Katie Hetzel, said she searched for the word on Vocabulary.com, but when she played the pronunciation recording, she thought she was actually hearing "yanny".

He told The Telegraph: "There are some effects where words alternate what you hear when you say them rapidly repeatedly.... but given this is only said time two, that doesn't seem like it". In fact, I began to wonder how in the world anyone could hear "Laurel". "Who's yanny? I hear coffefe".