The officials under investigation are President Nayib Bukele's administration Cabinet Chief Carolina Recinos and former Security Minister Rogelio Rivas.
Washington did not announce what measures it will take against the officials, nor what consequences there will be if the U.S. Justice Department proves their involvement in the crimes.
A U.S. declassified document also implicates Grand Alliance for National Unity (GANA) lawmaker Guillermo Gallegos, and leftist Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) members Jose Merino and Sigfrido Reyes.
El Salvador's authoritarian right-wing President Bukele and his US imperial patrons realized they could retake power from the leftist FMLN through fake "anti-corruption" lawfare and "cOoL miLlEnNiAL who is weird on Twitter" marketing
Bukele criticized that the U.S. State Department is not investigating any members of the right-wing Nationalist Republican Alliance Party (ARENA).
Tensions between Washington and El Salvador have increased in recent months due to the growing rapprochement between Bukele and China.
"El Salvador's receptiveness to China's interference in the Western Hemisphere is of great concern to the U.S. and it will lead to a re-evaluation of our relationship with this Latin American country," State Department spokesman Ned Price said in early April.