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.

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

She also made herself available for interviews.

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: