Which is why I loved that it was Arya that cut him off and said we need to talk and laid it out that none of them trusted his Queen. Yes, the North needed Dany and her dragons but now that the war with NK was over and Dany was back on her goal of the IT and there was an after to talk about, Team Stark was up front again about their issues.
I don't think Dany is a Mad Queen but I think the perfect storm of things getting away from her and everyone else kicked up with a little help of her still feeling like an outsider in the North combined with the adulation that Jon was being shown while she sat alone and the fact that all her blood, sweat, tears, pain, and losses could be for nothing since Jon has a good claim for the throne. That The North still wasn't 100% kissing the ring was pissing her off. So she's feeling vulnerable but trying to rally and take the IT and not listening to Sansa's not bad advice of resting and regrouping. Dany seemed as much hellbent to get away from The North as she was to get to the IT because she knew she wasn't accepted there and sick of it to the point she pushed a still recovering Rhaegal to travel. Not that he still wouldn't have been lost to ambush, but Dany's urgency felt a bit rash in light of their losses. She's making mistakes but then so is everyone.
Meanwhile everyone is also playing the game, protecting themselves, going for power or security and like I said, a perfect storm is brewing that's testing, pushing, and pulling at Dany that's potentially leading her down a dark path and proving everyone's fears about her true.
Anyway, wish Varys and Tyrion had acknowledged how Ned Stark actually had gotten one over on everyone.