Consider the Iran situation. The president vowed to get even with Iran for shooting down a surveillance drone last Thursday morning. Iranian officials say it was in their airspace; the U.S. denies that. By Thursday night planes “were in the air and ships were in position,” the New York Times reported. In the president’s words, they were “cocked and loaded” to strike Iranian targets when, “10 minutes before the strike I stopped it,” he tweeted. Why? Because he had just learned that at least 150 Iranian people might be casualties. The Washington Post soon debunked that timeline, raising questions about his “decision-making process” and “concerns about the Trump administration’s credibility at a time of military crisis” that should alarm even his most ardent Make America Great Again (MAGA) acolytes. After all, they and their loved ones would be called to fight this battle for angry old men in suits in Washington and robes in Tehran.