"Who is the constitutional commander-in-chief? They believe with their arrogance and their contempt for us. They believe they own the country and Donald Trump believes he has the power to give orders and that the National Bolivarian Armed Forces will carry out his orders. It is an offence to dignity and to shame," the President added.
The remarks by the Maduro came shortly after Trump urged the military and people of Venezuela to support the government of self-declared President Juan Guaido and allow humanitarian aid to flow into the country.
On Monday, Trump decried Maduro as a "Cuban puppet" who was "dramatizing the hyperinflations and shortages of food".
Trump took to Twitter to share a video of his speech at the Florida International University in Southwest Miami Dade County where he said, "The military has blocked the US from moving tons of humanitarian aid airlifted in recent days to the Colombian border with Venezuela. The aid shipments have been meant in part to dramatize the hyperinflation and shortages of food and medicine that are gripping Venezuela"