The abrupt end to John Bolton’s tenure as national security adviser made headlines for what it means for the Trump Administration and for the country’s foreign policy. But where does it leave Bolton himself?

Based on his past private sector experience—as of counsel at Kirkland & Ellis and as a think-tanker and regular Fox News talking head—the outspoken foreign policy hawk and former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations most likely has plenty of options.

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