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SettingsCancelSetHave an existing account?Already have a subscription?Don't have an account?Get the newsLet friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutDonald Trump used a Grand Rapids rally to debut a post-Mueller strategy that includes reviving battles on healthcare, immigration and other issues.A link has been sent to your friend's email address.A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. USA TodayWASHINGTON – Energized by special counsel Robert Mueller's finding of "no collusion" with Russia, President Donald Trump is relitigating a host of contentious policy battles – from healthcare to immigration – that could dramatically shape his reelection effort.Trump faces a political dynamic on Capitol Hill that has not changed. "It's likely going to force the House Democratic leadership to stand in the way of its progress, allowing Trump to use his megaphone against them."Eyeing the growing field of Democratic candidates seeking to unseat him in 2020, Trump returned to battleground Michigan for a rally Thursday in which he reveled in the findings from the Mueller report summary and repeatedly slammed his critics."The collusion delusion is over," Trump told supporters at the Grand Rapids rally, where he debuted his renewed intention to fight on several policy fronts.Here's a look at the president's post-Mueller approach:Trump shocked Republicans and Democrats this week by reopening a fight over Obamacare that many believed he already fought and lost.A decade after the Affordable Care Act became law, Trump's administration told a federal court it would support tossing the law, reversing an earlier strategy. "What about brilliant policies like the Green New Deal?" the president's son Donald Trump Jr. asked supporters during the Michigan rally.As said here by