President Donald Trump signed early Friday a two-week appropriations bill to continue funding for roughly 25 percent of the annual federal budget through December 21.

The Senate passed the bill, known as a Continuing Resolution, Thursday by a voice vote hours after it was unanimously approved in the House.

The minibus contains seven individual spending bills: Agriculture-FDA, Commerce-Justice-Science, Financial Services (Treasury)-General Government, Homeland Security, Interior-Environment, State-Foreign Operations, and Transportation-HUD.

The remaining 75 percent of federal spending is fully funded for fiscal year 2019 and those programs are not subject to any shutdown.