The House passed a temporary spending bill Thursday night, and it included over $5 billion for a border wall. Just hours earlier, President Trump said he would not sign any bill without that funding.
The bill, which would keep the government open until February, was approved 217-185.
The bill will now go to the Senate, which will convene at noon on Friday. Senators will then have to approve a bill by midnight to avoid a partial government shutdown.
The current bill though seems unlikely to pass the Senate, since Democrats have insisted they won't vote for any bill that funds a border wall.