Prime Minister Naftali Bennett intends to present US President Joe Biden with a plan to halt a nuclear Iran when the two hold their inaugural meeting together in the White House on Thursday.

“We will present an orderly plan that we have formulated in the past two months to curb the Iranians, both in the nuclear sphere and vis-à-vis regional aggression,” Bennett said.

The Biden administration is at odds with Israel over the best way to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power. Biden has sought a return to the 2015 nuclear deal, the JCPOA, that the Trump administration exited in 2018. Israel always opposed the deal, which it claimed only emboldened the Islamic Republic.

KAN's Mark Weiss asked Danny Ayalon, who served as Israel’s ambassador to Washington from 2002 to 2006, if president Biden is likely to be swayed by PM Bennett’s suggestions to curb the Iranian threat.