In responses to the passage of the bailout bill, both Barack ObamaBarack ObamaBoos for Obama as Trump speaks at Boy Scout jamboree Feehery: Winning August Overnight Regulation: Trump looks to repeal Obama fracking rule | States sue EPA over chemical safety | Regulators mull future of 'Volcker Rule' MORE and John McCainJohn McCainOvernight Healthcare: Trump pressures GOP ahead of healthcare vote | Study: Adding 0 billion to health bill not enough | McConnell urges Senate to start ObamaCare repeal debate Tuesday Senate GOP: McCain may return for ObamaCare vote Tuesday McConnell urges Senate to start ObamaCare repeal debate Tuesday MORE said that more needs to be done to improve the economy.

Obama called on lawmakers to enact his economic stimulus plan to help middle-class Americans, while McCain criticized Obama for proposing more spending.

Read both of their statements below.

Obama:

"America is facing one of the greatest financial crises in history, and today