On Thursday, the United Nations General Assembly chose to vote against President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the Capitol of Israel. Actor Adam Baldwin then had a suggestion about what they could do with the UN building in New York, reports Independent Journalism Review.

After the U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, gave her final condemnation to all of the countries who decided to vote against the U.S., she stood by her promise to take notice of all of the countries that were with them and against them.

Haley was rather diplomatic in her approach, but others like Michael Oren, Israel’s deputy minister for diplomacy didn’t hold back when responding to the U.N.’s vote, reports the Times of Israel:

“As the UN denies Israel’s bonds with Jerusalem, Israel must sever Jerusalem’s ties with the UN,’ said Oren, a former Israeli ambassador to the US.

‘We must evict the UN from the scenic Governor’s House [in southern Jerusalem], where its bloated staff does nothing, and give this historic site to a school, a hospital or, best yet, a new US embassy,’ Oren, of the Kulanu party, said of the organization’s headquarters in Jerusalem, usually known as Government House.”

Actor Adam Baldwin also called for the U.N.’s eviction, but not from Israel:

Great response from an American patriot who understands what is good for America as well as the rest of the world.