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Anti-government demonstrators have been calling for early presidential elections in light of the nation's triple-digit inflation, rising crime and vast food shortages.
In some cities, the protests degenerated into violent clashes between demonstrators and police and government troops.
Soldiers shut down access to the center of the city and officials closed at least 10 metro stations in anticipation of Saturday's protest.
A fired-up Maduro accused Trump of promoting an interventionist policy that infringes on his socialist government's sovereignty.
The meeting came as the Trump administration rolled out new sanctions Thursday on members of Venezuela's supreme court for alleged human rights violations.
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said ahead of the closed-door meeting that "peaceful protesters have been injured, arrested and even killed by their own government".
The unrest has left 43 people dead since April 1, prosecutors say. Two of those people died in Tachira on Monday.
Thousands hauled folding chairs, beach umbrellas and protest signs onto main roads for a 12-hour sit-in against the dictatorship.
Thousands of protesters hauled folding chairs, beach umbrellas and coolers onto main roads across Venezuela Monday for a national sit-in.
In the capital Caracas, protesters' goal was to fill 25 kilometers (16 miles) of a key highway leading to the coastal state of Vargas.
Elected in 2013, Maduro is resisting pressure for an early vote, calling the crisis a US-backed conspiracy.
The detentions come after more than a month of political unrest in which hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets demanding elections.
A 27-year-old man died in anti-government protests in the Venezuelan capital Caracas Wednesday, bringing to 38 the death toll from 40 days of political unrest.
Clashes between protesters and riot cops have left 36 people dead and hundreds injured since unrest erupted on April 1, according to authorities.
Human rights groups say scores of people have been brought before military courts after being detained in recent weeks of clashes between police and protesters.
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