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"Laurel" exists in the lower frequencies and "Yanny" exists in the higher frequencies.

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.

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".

The White House hasn't escaped the "Laurel/Yanny" debate after it posted a video of US President Donald Trump and staff weighing in on the social media storm.

'Definitely Laurel, ' Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah agrees.

"When there is more energy towards the mid and higher frequencies, people tend to hear "Yanny". In a recent Twitter poll, 47% of people heard Yanny while 53% heard Laurel. Some hear the clip as "laurel", while others hear it as "yanny".

"Clearly you're getting your information from CNN because that's fake news - all I hear is Yanny", Sanders deadpans. All I hear is yanny.

The White House had some fun Thursday with the president's infamous Twitter flub - while rounding up West Wing opinion on an audio clip that has hijacked the Internet.

The video ends with a cameo by President Trump who delivers the punchline.