Liberal groups on Friday sought to shame Gov. Andrew Cuomo in returning the thousands of dollars in campaign donations he’s received from Daniel Loeb, who has come under criticism for a Facebook post in which he suggested Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins has been worse for people of color than the Ku Klux Klan.

The Working Families Party, a coalition of liberal activists organizations, in a letter to Cuomo implored him to return some $170,000 in donations from Loeb.

β€œIt is imperative that you disassociate yourself entirely from Dan Loeb and send a clear message that he has no place in public policy in New York State,” the letter states.

But returning the money — millions of dollars given over the years to a variety of candidates — may be easier said than done.

Loeb has contributed to a variety of candidates on both the state and federal level, including ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer, city Comptroller Scott Stringer, Democratic attorney general candidate Eric Dinallo and Democratic members of Congress, including Adriano Espaillat and Hakeem Jeffries.

In recent years, Loeb’s donations have been concentrated on the state Senate, where he has been a benefactor of Republicans and the Independent Democratic Conference.