The Venezuelan opposition, the United States and dozens of other countries condemned Maduro's presidency illegally, and the country's constitution declared that the president of the National Assembly could fill the presidential vacancy.
A spokesman for the National Security Council Garrett Marquis refused to confirm that Trump is considering this step but said that the United States "expressed support for Huang Guaido, who, being the president of a democratically elected National Assembly, courageously declared his constitutional powers to apply article 233 and to call to free and fair elections ".
Trump administration is also considering equalizing its strict set of sanctions against Venezuelan oil industry, weighing actions as serious as a full-fledged embargo on Venezuelan oil, two sources reported on this issue.
The Trump administration has previously weighed on imposing sanctions on Venezuelan oil, but Trump finally rejected this additional step after an internal analysis showed that this would lead to an increase in gas prices in the United States. A full oil embargo will lead to an increase in gas prices by 1
"The United States is currently considering all the diplomatic, political and economic instruments in its country." Arsenal, in response to the usurpation of power by Maduro's illegal regime, "said Marquise when asked if the US is considering an oil embargo.
The regional organization of the American states declared that it did not recognize Maduro's term. The May 2018 elections, which brought him back to power, boycotted the opposition groups and largely discredited their opponents in Venezuela, hundreds of complaints of electoral disturbances and low turnout.  The Organization of American States declared last week that its member states voted 19-6 out of eight refused to recognize the legitimacy of the Maduro government, one of these countries, Paraguay, announced on Thursday that it violates diplomatic relations with Venezuela and closes its own Embassy.
Maduro defended her legitimacy in her speech last week after an oath in Caracas, a lie about him and his late predecessor, Hugo Chavez.
"We are a true democracy, and I, Nicholas Maduro Moros, I am a truly democratic president," he said in a televised address.
John Bolton, US National Security Advisor, was one of the leading advocates of the US vs. Venezuelan struggle to increase pressure on the Maduro regime, report sources.
And republican Marco Rubio said on Tuesday that asked Trump to recognize Guaido as "the transitional president of Venezuela, if the National Assembly refers to Article 233 of the Constitution."
Trump Administration puts the foundation for Guadig's recognition as the legitimate Venezuelan leader over the past week with Vice President M Ike Pens, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Bolton issued a series of applications.
In a statement on Thursday, Bolton expressed US support for the "courageous decision of the president of the National Assembly, Juan Guaydo, to refer to the defense of the constitution of Venezuela and to declare that Maduro is not legitimate
And after Guaido was briefly detained by the government the guards of the Venezuelan government, the pence summoned Maduro as a "dictator without a legitimate right to power" and reaffirmed Bolton's support for Guayido
Guido, he must also fight the opposite of the Venezuelan opposition, which was divided on whether Guaido should be.
Claudia Domínguez (CNN) Claudia Domínguez contributed to this report.