Democrats backed the stopgap Bill a day after House Republican leaders again put off a vote on major healthcare legislation sought by Mr Trump and opposed by Democrats to dismantle the 2010 Affordable Care Act, dubbed Obamacare, after Republican moderates balked at provisions added to entice hard-line conservatives.
Trump scored a partial win, getting a commitment for up to $15 billion in additional funding for a military buildup. The House and Senate have until Friday at midnight to pass the measure to avert a government shutdown. That was about half of what he originally asked for. Democratic opposition to it was solid and support from Trump's fellow Republicans was soft. Trump said Tuesday in two consecutive tweets.
Also next week lawmakers plan to pass a $1 trillion package financing the government through September 30, the end of the 2017 fiscal year.
No funding for President Donald Trump's Boarder Wall with Mexico.
Schumer and Leahy said the White House never tried to work with Democrats in the process.
Details of the agreement were expected to be made public Sunday night, said aides to lawmakers involved in weeks of negotiations.
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"We need the wall to stop the drugs and the human trafficking, we need the wall".
Democratic votes will be needed to pass the measure, so even though Republicans control both the White House and Congress, Democrats have been actively involved in the talks, which appear headed to produce a lowest-common-denominator measure that won't look too much different than the deal that could have been struck on President Barack Obama's watch a year ago. Yet even with unified control, it's proving an uphill fight for Republicans to make good on seven years' worth of promises to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care law.
Spicer said the "president's priorities will be reflected much more" in spending yet to be worked out for the 2018 fiscal year that begins on October 1.
The measure funds the remainder of the 2017 budget year, rejecting cuts to popular domestic programs targeted by Trump, such as medical research and infrastructure grants. The Democratic leadership in turn supported the GOP request for the border security increase.
The agreement includes billions in funding for defense and border security, NPR's Geoff Bennett reports, but scraps some of Trump's key budget proposals, including his long-promised border wall with Mexico. The money will help California, West Virginia, Louisiana and North Carolina who have been hard hit by wildfires, rains and tornadoes.
The U.S. government and coal companies would be required to pay out healthcare to retired coal miners, guaranteeing benefits to workers even as coal companies face bankruptcy, under the spending agreement.
The measure also taps $68 million to reimburse New York City and other local governments for unexpected costs involved in protecting Trump Tower and other properties, a priority of lawmakers such as Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y.