If I were the President, I would make everyone happy.
If I were President, I would make everyone happy.
Could you tell me the differences between the sentences?
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The specific one in office now.
A generic idea not referring to the president in office now.
[US news organizations capitalize the President, for the US president but it is not really necessary. It is a style choice.]