(Recasts lead, adds details in paragraph 3) By Adam Entous WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - President George W. Bush expressed disappointment on Wednesday at OPEC's oil output cut and pressed allies inside and outside the cartel to fill any gap in supply to prevent higher prices after Democratic rival John Kerry accused Bush of ignoring record pump prices. While initially raising no public objections to OPEC's decision, the White House later voiced its displeasure and said Secretary of ...
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