But that is drifting off the topic. It is not the topic here.
Well, gee, I had no idea there was such a thing as "on topic" in this thread. But I catch your drift.
PS A jolly interesting little tidbit that I find fascinating and useful:
When not to capitalise president
Other than [directly before a president's name or when used in place of a president's name, as in Hello, Mr. President] president should be lowercase. Take this sentence for example: The president lives in the White House. Here, president is neither being used as a title before a person’s name, nor as a direct address, so it isn’t capitalised.
President doesn’t get capitalised if it comes after a person’s name, as in Barack Obama, president of the United States, or if the name that follows is being used as a nonessential phrase offset by commas. For example: The 42nd president, Bill Clinton, was born on August 19, 1946.