Trump’s foreign policy speech ‘unprecedented’ as he takes oath

SANTA CLARA, Calif.

— President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order Monday that would allow the U.S. to use the full force of the military to prevent North Korea from launching a nuclear attack on the United States.

The order is the first of its kind by a sitting U.N. leader and the first such order issued by a president in history.

The president is expected before reporters at the White House to sign the order and say it will be his “ultimate legacy.”

Trump’s order, expected to be finalized by Tuesday morning, would expand the U,S.

military to the entire Korean peninsula and the U.,S.

government’s authority to send in troops on behalf of the U