The US Congress had earlier approved the short-term funding measure by a 254-175 vote not long after Senate passage in a 65-35 vote.
Without President Trump's signature on the coronavirus aid bill, about 14 million people will lose unemployment benefits on Saturday, and a partial government shutdown will begin on Tuesday.
The monthlong spending bill would avert a Thanksgiving government shutdown but opens the door to a possible shutdown just before Christmas.
The vote comes despite President Donald Trump's repeated warnings that he will reject legislation that would end his national emergency declaration at border with Mexico.
The deal signed by Trump, and approved by Senate, will fund the US government through February 15 while negotiations continue on his demand for a border wall with Mexico.
The partial US government shutdown entered a record 22nd day as President Donald Trump remains steadfast in his demand for $5.7 billion to build a Mexico border wall and Democrats in Congress determined to refuse the funds.
Democrats backed by new Speaker Nancy Pelosi pass legislation that would end a 13-day partial government shutdown, ignoring President Trump's demand for $5 billion for a border wall with Mexico.
US President Donald Trump demand for billions of dollars for his long-promised US- Mexican border wall results in a partial government shutdown.
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