The 2016 presidential candidates look eight years older in a recent photo simulation of how a two term presidency may change their appearance. Sachs Media Group (SMG), a Florida based public affairs and communications company commissioned Phojoe, a photo restoration and manipulation company to age the major presidential candidates. Aged portraits of the candidates feature GOP front runner Donald Trump and nine other Republican candidates. Democratic candidates include, Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Vice President Joe Biden is also included, but has not declared his candidacy. Ron Sachs, President and CEO of SMG said the presidency is a time machine because of the pressure that comes along with the job. "The candidates' willingness to serve in the presidency speaks volumes of their service," he said.
Two years ago, the company released 12 images of rock stars and what they would have looked like if they hadn't died before the end of their careers. "It went all over the world," Sachs said. "Knowing how much presidents age, we said 'why don't we do it on major presidential candidates?"