CNN’s Don Lemon-hosted town hall with Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar came in third on President’s Day to MSNBC and FNC, both in total viewers and in the news demo.

CNN’s 10-11:15 PM sit-down with the Dem presidential candidate clocked 1.139M viewers. Only 294K of them fell into the 25-54 demo that is the currency of news programming.

Running more than a million viewers ahead of Klobuchar: MSNBC with 2.391M viewers, ahead of FNC (2.390M).

Similar story in the news demo, with MSNBC (441K) and FNC (435K) running a lap ahead of CNN.

During the New Hampshire town hall, Klobuchar said she would sign the US back into the international climate change agreement on Day 1 of her presidency, and believes President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration to circumvent Congress in funding his border wall. She declared herself a non-advocate of free four-year college for all. She also denied she had abused her staff, as some former staffers have claimed, acknowledging she is a “tough boss” who has sometimes pushed people too hard but added “the big point for me is I want the country to meet high expectations because we don’t have that going now.”