Roseanne Barr revealed at the Jerusalem Post Conference on Sunday that she wishes to move to Israel and run for Prime Minister.
The 65-year-old actress, who is Jewish, thanked US President Donald Trump for moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
'I want to thank you on behalf of my mother, and all the Jewish people, for moving the embassy to Jerusalem,' she said, adding that Trump told her that 'alot of presidents have promised it, but I wanted to get it done.'
Trump’s decision to move the embassy has been a controversial one, but Barr believes it's the 'first step to peace in the world.'
Barr, who has been to Israel three times, told interviewer Dana Weiss, 'I want to move to Israel and run for prime minister, I do.'
'I said I was gonna run for president of the United States and prime minister of Israel, a twofer. I do have that fantasy. If God calls me, I’ll go, of course.'
'I still have this fantasy of being an old Jewish lady living in the Jewish homeland, so someday I will do it,' the Roseanne star added. 'I want to buy a farm there, maybe bring my family.'