Or back the Jeep on. WDH with built in sway control as Bounty mentioned would be better. Set up to replace your unloaded steer weight according to CAT scale will make an amazing difference in how that tows. Also tongue weight ideally set or weight distribution adjusted to be about 10 percent of gross trailer weight. CAT or truck stop scales are usually only about $12 initial & $2 per additional weigh.
Nose of truck up like yours in the pic is floaty and wondering at speed by comparison. Also roll prone if you have to do an emergency swerve around should someone pull out in front of you. Last it’s easy to slide through an intersection with much less weight on the main braking power tires than as designed. No chastising here I learned this stuff the hard way and over time with many setups on many Cat scales over many towing miles to learn what I shared.
You can see plenty of especially TT towing wrecks on you tube from set ups like that. Many think throw some air bags on the back to hide the squat and completely miss the value in weight distribution. Not that I’m against air bags I have them and used properly they are a great compliment to a WDH and or for a bedload. Back to towing pics!