Pataki shows contempt to support his objection to questioning on Trump, a smirk of rejection.
on-emotion, concerned about immigration and shows fear, so believable moment for Santorum.
yet looks sad in closing remark, contrary to winning as corners of mouth sag for Graham.
Aaand the first CNN question is about Trump.
Graham, so far in singular focus on foreign policy in introductory remarks: I'm running for president to destroy radical Islam.
Jindal: My daddy didn't run for president and I don't have a reality TV show
Typical Santorum, narrowed eyes, angry, combative emotionally from the start.
Yet Pataki has a lopsided smile, mixed with disgust; doesn't match up well with Reagan's best smiles.
Pataki: When I think of Ronald Reagan, I think of his tremendous smile.
tallest to shortest, left to right, is an awkward visual. Graham looks to have literally the short end of the stick.
Santorum mouthing the lyrics of the Star-Spangled Banner -- alone among the candidates
Here come the men in blue
It appears there's a no cheering & no booing rule, which really does change the feel of these primary debates