This is too tempting to not suggest that their are some analogies to this in other countries, or at least parts of them. I am putting in to place two links to Vox articles, one on the Trumpster referring to 'that gentleman' in North Korea when talking about 3 generations of leaders and the second to the threatening aircraft carrier being 3500 miles away from Korea. One can actually hope that these displays of incompetence will make the North Koreans feel a bit safer. (Wow, that is a pretty sad argument, our incompetence makes us safer.) Of course, the great question is what happens if a completely illogical command comes. Hillary was correct about "do you want to trust a man you can bait with a tweet with the nuclear codes?". The comments seem correct that the risk of an intentional war is pretty low - the risk of an accident, somewhat higher, but still fairly low.