During an Oval Office meeting with Fabiana Rosales, wife of Juan Guaido, President of the National Assembly, recognized by the Trump government as incumbent President of Venezuela, Trump was asked if Russia's involvement complicated the situation in Venezuela ,
"Russia has to get out, what's your next question?" Trump said.
Trump was also asked if he has communicated that Russia should leave Venezuela through national security adviser John Bolton or the United Nations.
"You know it very well," said Trump.
If Russia does not leave Venezuela, Trump said, "We'll see, we'll see, all options are open … all options are open."
"The United States considers Russia's arrival of military aircraft this weekend as an unwanted provocation, and we urge Russia today to drop any support for the (Nicolas) Maduro regime and stand at Guaido, with nations across the hemisphere and to stand near The world is restored to freedom, "said Pence.
While the Trump administration makes a bold statement recognizing Guaido as the incumbent Venezuelan leader, Russia has continued to support embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
The source noted that "there is nothing puzzling" because the arrival of the aircraft is directly related to the implementation of contracts were signed by the parties many years ago, the RIA Novosti reported.
The Trump administration, however, sees things differently.
The United States Will Do It You will not stand idle while Russia exacerbates tensions in Venezuela, "the statement said
" The continued use of Russian military personnel to support the illegitimate regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela extend the suffering of the Venezuelan population, who overwhelmingly support the interim president Juan Guaido, "it says in the statement.
Ralph Ellis and Bianca Britton of CNN contributed to this report.