House Minority Whip Roy BluntRoy Dean BluntWe must fund community health centers now Overnight Tech: Senators demand tech firms do more on Russian meddling | House Intel releases Russian-promoted ads | Apple CEO says 'fake news' bigger threat than ads | Ex-Yahoo CEO, Equifax execs to testify on breaches Facebook: Clinton, Trump campaigns spent a combined M on ads MORE (R-Mo.) tried to allay taxpayer concerns over the rescue package.

"It's not a bailout, it's a situation where American taxpayers are going to invest money in a way that ensures that they'll have a return," he said.

He noted the bill's provision that requires the president to come up with a plan to recoup any lost money due to the program after five years.