President Obama is offering to help Senate Democrats get re-elected — by staying as far away as possible.

The president broached the sensitive topic of his political toxicity in some parts of the nation during a meeting with the Senate Democratic conference Wednesday.

“He said he knew he is not popular in some of the states, so he would not be offended if he were not invited to visit them this year,” one senator later confided to The Washington Post.

Several vulnerable lawmakers — including those in Louisiana and North Carolina — have already been shunning the president in their home states.

Other Democratic senators facing strong challengers are running against unpopular elements of ObamaCare.

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