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Governor Chris Christie is high-tailing it to Florida for a long weekend to celebrate wife Mary Pat Christie's 50th Birthday. Conveniently, that's the same day his "presidential nemesis" Kentucky Senator Rand Paul comes to New Jersey. Paul's endorsing Republican candidate Steve Lonegan for Senate, but is he also already running against Christie for the Republican Presidential nomination in 2016?

While Christie claims that he is not running for anything nationally and Paul only likes the “presumption” of running for President, both of these men are seen as top contenders for the Republican Presidential bid.

Style Expert Sylvie DiGiusto of Executive Image Consulting chimed in on who looks more Presidential, so when it comes to who is more "presidential" in appearance? DiGiusto said, “Well first you should take a look at what is a Presidential dress code at all and first and foremost it’s a dress code that has to show respect.  You want to look strong and powerful all the time, Chris Christie already follows the general rules, he always is wearing a navy blue suit or dark gray suit.”  And while Christie may be creative when it comes to his choice of ties, Rand Paul rarely switches it up and is often wearing a gray suits and red tie. DiGiusto says, “It shows that is he not very flexible, a little bit close-minded and not very adaptable.”

DiGiusto also doesn’t think that the American people care whether or not their President is fat or skinny but she says, “They do care if he’s doing something about it. It’s very important what they are doing and saying but the last thing you want are the people to be distracted by something you’re wearing. You want them to listen all the time to what you’re saying.”

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