It’s clear President Obama lost the first presidential debate Wednesday night, but today it’s KitchenAid that’s in full crisis mode. Behold the company’s sick debate screw-up:

Obama’s grandmother, Madelyn Dunham, died on November 3, 2008.

The tweet was quickly deleted from KitchenAid’s corporate account, but not before becoming a massive public relations nightmare.

https://twitter.com/NathanWurtzel/statuses/253712512376246272

https://twitter.com/jakehsnider/status/253686315869143041

KitchenAid’s Cynthia Soledad attempted instant brand rehab with a swift apology.

She also made herself available for interviews.

https://twitter.com/KitchenAidUSA/status/253747126369124353

While some voters remain undecided about which candidate will “save or create” the most jobs, the Twitterverse agrees at least one job opened up last night.

A bit of advice for social media people who want to keep their jobs: