Lee Jae-myung, mayor of a city near Seoul, is rising in opinion polls with about a year to go until South Korea’s next presidential election . He wants to break up the country’s biggest companies, meet unconditionally with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , and throw President Park Geun-hye in jail over an influence-peddling scandal. “Americans impeached their establishment by electing Trump,” Lee, 52, said in an interview Wednesday at his office in Seongnam city. “Our own elections will mirror that.” With populist movements gaining traction globally, Lee is tapping into anger in South Korea over corruption and a lack of jobs. In recent weeks, Seoul has seen some of the biggest protests since the 1980s as ordinary Koreans decry the links between politicians and big business that have stifled competition in Asia’s fourth-biggest economy. Park’s approval dropped to a record low of 4 percent this week, Gallup Korea said Friday. Americans impeached their establishment by electing Trump. Our own elections will mirror that. Lee Jae-myung, mayor of a city near Seoul, South Korea Lee — nicknamed “Korea’s Trump” by some of his supporters — moved into third place in presidential polls released in the past week, behind United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and front-runner Moon Jae-in, the runner-up to Park in 2012.
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Ed Orgeron and Tom Herman were the finalists Rec Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports LSUs hunt for a head football coach has come down to two names, according to sources close to the situation: Houstons Tom Herman and LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron. On Friday morning, Orgeron met with LSU athletic director Joe Alleva for a de-facto job interview, hours after he beat Texas A&M on the road to close LSUs regular season. LSU had a very positive response to the Alleva-Orgeron meeting, a source said. Orgeron had planned to sell Alleva on the idea of LSU being able to hire an elite offensive coordinator for the 2017 season. LSU will have a press conference today at NOON CT to announce its new head football coach. More details to follow. More HelpLSU Football (@LSUfootball) November 26, 2016 Orgeron went 5-2 in relief of the fired Les Miles, and his players chanted for him to get the permanent job after Thursdays win at Kyle Field. Keep Coach O!! You Hear It!!!! pic.twitter.com/v93c01Ii6N Duke Riley (@1Goal1Dream) November 25, 2016 Hermans Houston is playing a game against Memphis on Friday.
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