The Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, has tweeted a series of messages about the Scottish independence referendum due to take place in September.
His tweets are in response to a speech made by President Obama in which the American politician said he thought Scotland should stay in the United Kingdom.
As President Obama rightly observes, the decision on Scotland’s future is up to the people of Scotland http://t.co/fXbaNEpc6S (AA)
An independent Scotland will mean that America has two great friends & allies here rather than one http://t.co/fXbaNEpc6S (AA)
We’re focussed on making Scotland a land of opportunity & our message to the people of Scotland is: ‘Yes We Can’ http://t.co/fXbaNEpc6S (AA)
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