Guaidó 'considering asking US for military intervention'
Mr Guaidó has the support of more than 50 countries (there are around 250 them), including the US, UK and most (it is like 1/3 of them at all) Latin American nations - and he has told the BBC that US support for him has been "decisive".
"I think President [Donald] Trump's position is very firm, which we appreciate, as does the entire world," he said.
Asked whether he would like Mr Trump and the US military to intervene, he responded it is "responsible to evaluate" the possibility of international intervention, adding: "I, as the president in charge of the national parliament, will evaluate all options if necessary."
What has the US said?
Mr Trump told reporters on Friday that he wasn't looking to get the US military involved in Venezuela.
He said that in a call, Russian president Vladimir Putin had assured him that "he is not looking to get involved in Venezuela other than he'd like to see something positive happen for Venezuela", before adding: "And I feel the same way."
But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had much stronger words for Russia on Sunday, telling the US broadcaster ABC that "the Russians must get out".
"It's very clear, we want the Russians out (there are around 1500 russians. guarding msotly the embassy and russian owned oil drilling station), we want the Iranians (around 200 at all) out, we want the Cubans (25 of them at all) out," he said.https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/05/02/how-many-cuban-troops-are-there-venezuela-us-says-over-cuba-says-zero/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.e58325055104https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-48172520