In a video posted to Twitter, the White House staff revealed whether they were hearing "Laurel" or "Yanny".
Conway joked that while the sound she heard was "laurel", she could "deflect and divert to yanny" if needed.
The never-ending Yanny vs Laurel debate has reached the White House.
If you cut out the low frequencies with a High Pass Filter then "Laurel" becomes physically inaudible to hear, and you only hear "Yanny". The talks were sparked after 20-year-old Instagram influencer and self-described YouTuber named Chloe Fledman from Florida shared an audio clip on social media asking what they heard.
There's a nation-wide debate raging over an audio clip. Within a day, it started spreading on social media like a wildfire. He also said that you need to consider the different ways people are listening to the audio - through mobile phones, headphones, tablets, etc. "All I hear is 'Yanny'". "All I hear is Yanny", responded Sarah Sanders.
Personally, we can hear nothing but "green needle", but do let us know whether you're Team Brain or Teem Needle.
Ask Panthers kicker Graham Gano and he'll tell you he can hear both simultaneously.
"More: 'Laurel" or "yanny"?
The white house staff having a little bit of fun there.