President Donald Trump has signed legislation to avert another government shutdown and pay for limited fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Press secretary Sarah Sanders says Trump signed the bill at the White House on Friday.
The legislation gives Trump 55 additional miles of border fencing, well short of the 200-plus miles he wanted.
The legislation also keeps parts of the government from shutting down at midnight Friday by providing $333 billion to finance several Cabinet agencies through September.
Trump on Friday declared a national emergency at the southern border and is using his executive authority to tap billions of other government funds to build the wall.