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

Brain tricks

GETTYWhat do you hear

There are many factors that may affect what you hear.

"Another user tweeted", When you hear both Yanny and Laurel, but your friends pressure you into choosing one or the other.

A lot of people took to Twitter to reveal whether they heard Yanny or Laurel in the video.

But by reading the words beforehand you are primed to hear one or the other.

The video featured staff members such as press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and counselor Kellyanne Conway poking fun at themselves over a peppy musical track.

There are actual reasons why an individual might hear either word.

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I hope we get some good recruits to help us push on and as the manager said the next step is to try and hopefully win something this year".

'Yanny's the victor, Laurel's the loser, ' she confidently declares. "I heard 'Yanny, '" said the puzzled Hetzel, when she looked up the word "Laurel".

But, you have some closure to know what the original recording said.

More: Laurel or Yanny?

So if you're hearing Laurel, you're likely picking up on the lower frequency. David French, a writer at the National Review, wrote that he found Trump's cameo "very amusing".

"I hear covfeve", Trump says from his desk in the Oval Office, referencing the infamous typo published on his Twitter account previous year.

"People who are more attuned to the high frequencies are picking up on things that make it sound more like Yanny", linguist Ben Zimmer told CBS News.

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