New York's Eastern District US Attorney's Office filed a letter to the President's opening committee in April requesting documents and files about Broidy, five related companies, and foreign politicians, including the Angolan and Congolese Presidents, summoned According to the sources, two Romanian politicians.
All persons named in the summons have connections to Broidy. The opening committee succeeded in subpoenaing it after receiving it.
The Associated Press first reported on the summons submitted to the Opening Committee. A representative of the opening committee declined to comment.
Broidy's attorney could not be reached for comment on Monday.
Details of Broidy's dealings became public after some of his private emails were published in news articles. Broidy is said to have been hacked.
Last year, the Department of Public Integrity issued a criminal charge against George Higginbotham, a Justice Department official known by Low, to pay individuals for making a strong stand for the US government to end the To pursue investigations against 1MDB and Low and to seek the extradition of a wealthy Chinese dissident. Higginbotham pleaded guilty.
According to court records, an unidentified co-conspirator selected "Person 1, a non-lawyer business owner, a political fundraiser, and a financier with high-level political relationships with the US government." Persons familiar with the investigation say that person 1 is Broidy.
Chopped emails published by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times also confirm the connection between Low and Broidy, as does Broidy's lawyer.
One of Broidy's lawyers previously told The Wall Street Journal that "at no time does Mr. Broidy or [his wife Robin] Rosenzweig or anyone acting on their behalf consider the case of Mr. Low with President Trump, one Member of his staff or an employee of the US Department of Justice discussed ".
The lawyer added that Broidy never represented Malaysia or any of his officials "in any way".