House Minority Whip Roy BluntRoy Dean BluntGOP poised to advance rules change to speed up Trump nominees McCaskill outpaces GOP opponent by more than million GOP senators raise concerns about babies on Senate floor 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.