From an outsiders view point, I would have to disagree with you, Trump is more likely to cause wars, if he thinks he can make money. He clearly does not get along with many European leaders, and sees Europe as a threat. War is good for the arms business, and trade wars might move jobs and businesses back to the dis-USA.
His overt friendliness with President Putin, might support the claims that Russia helped him get elected. It is militarily in Russia's interests not to have a united Europe and a dis-USA. His unwillingness to be aggressive towards China, might also be due to China having a huge market place, that might be good to trade with, and China does not mess around in other countries internal affairs. It would not be good to change that position by pissing them off.
Bolton seems to support a common opinion of Trump, which many people globally hold. https://www.youtube....h?v=17LiZN9Mer0
I'm a Canadian, and so my reply is also from an outsider's POV.
I think that Trump is so mentally ill now that there will be precautions in place to prevent him from causing more harm to his country and so a decision to go to war would most likely be out of his hands.
America is mostly neutered IMO, due to Russia's interests and China's interests in countries that the US is hoping to make allies. But most of those countries have already chosen to ally with either Russia or China because of their peaceful means. And so the risk of another US/Nato led war is much less than it was when Iraq was invaded and destroyed. My question for you is, what country is still a possibility for a US war?
Trump's friendly relations with both China and Russia are positive for ongoing peaceful relations. However, there's little doubt that the US has now decided on a Cold War attitude toward both. Could it be that the Cold war would have been escalated even more without Trump's friendliness with both Xi and Putin?
The Democrats have become America's war party because of Trump's behaviour, but that could change when the Trump regime ends. Bolton is an extremist hawk who thought that he could advance his agenda by being a part of the Trump regime. He was jilted when Trump cooperated with Russia, even though it was for Trump's own political purposes. I believe that was the reason for Bolton's falling out with Trump. Now Bolton sees better hope of furthering his pro-war agenda by aligning with the Democrats.
The Dems and their media have spewed hate for Putin and Russia continuously and that's been because of Trump's collusion with Putin/Russia. I think that makes them a greater risk of pushing Russia toward Cold War relations and hence closer to war.
Having said that, I'm still quite convinced that the US is handcuffed because of M.A.D. And so, if you care to continue this discussion, I again ask, 'which country: can still be a US victim? Venezuela? Iran? Or is it too late for either because of Russia's/China's interests?