Minister Amichai Eliyahu
Minister Amichai EliyahuIsrael National News

Minister of Heritage Amichai Eliyahu suggested during an interview with Ynet on Wednesday that US President Joe Biden meet with Justice Minister Yariv Levin.

"Many people in the US are fed by the far-left. Therefore I propose that the American left sit with serious people such as Minister Yariv Levin, who knows how to explain things in-depth."

Minister Eliyahu's proposal comes amid unprecedented American criticism of the Israeli government and its judicial reform plan, with President Biden labeling it "The most extreme Israeli government I can remember" and New York Time columnist Thomas Friedman writing that the US will reassess its relationship with the Jewish state.

Knesset Constitution, Law, and Justice Committee head Simcha Rothman also commented on the American criticism of the judicial reform and the bill to reduce the reasonability clause during an interview with Kan Reshet Bet and called out American intervention in the matter.

"Reasonability is not relevant to Biden," Rothman stated. "If it is the state of Israel's new policy to fire a minister if the US President doesn't like him, then we are not an independent country but a banana republic. In my opinion, that's not reasonable."