- The "Laurel versus Yanny" debate that's captivated the social-media-verse and everyone from celebrities to the White House, actually started with a homework assignment for Georgia teen 15-year-old Katie Hetzel of Flowery Branch High School.
A user wrote,"Does anyone hear both yanny and laurel or is it just me?"
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The audio very clearly said "yanny".
Then, the first dissenter is shown: Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley.
In the clip, staffers are seen listening to the viral recording from Reddit where listeners were asked which sound they heard.
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All your favorite Trumpers are there-Ivanka, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Kellyanne Conway, Mike Pence and even the president himself. If you hadn't been introduced to the possibility of hearing "Yanny" or "Laurel" you may not have heard either of these words.
"Clearly you are getting your information from CNN because that's fake news". "A few of us heard Yanny". The White House to weigh in.
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Finally, the clip ends with President Trump claiming: "I hear Covfefe".