It is no Libya with 6.2 million citizens when the U.S. and NATO bombed it in 2011.
Iran is no Syria with 20.5 million citizens in 2011 when the U.S. began its war on the Assad government.
Looking at the Western Hemisphere, Trump's advisers have put him in a situation with Venezuela, a country with a population of 32.7 million in 2019, that should remind him of the disaster that John F. Kennedy endured when his advisers told him in 1961 that the invasion of Cuba with a population of 7.2 million in 1961 would be a "cakewalk" to borrow a phrase from Bush One's advisers on the invasion of Iraq 16 years ago.
President Trump probably does not realize that the country of Cuba that seems to be a massive threat to the U.S. (or to the wealthy, influential Cuban-American exiles in Miami and South Florida) has a population in 2019 of only 11.3 million and a land area 89 times smaller than the U.S., about the same land area of Florida and has been under the most severe sanctions and blockade the U.S. has put on any country -- for almost 60 years.
President Trump's advisers, headed by John Bolton, are taking over and orchestrating his policies that have quickly destabilized the world and has jeopardized the security of the United States.