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    What's the difference?Which is correct? president is a noun right. so the first one should be correct?
    I can be the president
    I can be president

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    Re: president

    1. I can be the President (of the United States).
    2. I can be president.

    Both are correct. Use the with a qualifying phrase; e.g., of the United States,
    Ex: I can be the president of our English class.

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