"The process for reviewing these emails needs to be expedited, public disclosure should begin before early voting starts and the emails in question should be released in full before Election Day," Preibus stated.
In an investigation over the past year, the FBI discovered the emails that Clinton and her lawyers had never previously acknowledged to exist.
"Hillary Clinton seems incapable of telling the truth. Clinton’s pattern of serial dishonesty is completely unacceptable for a candidate seeking the nation’s highest office, and her refusal to tell the truth… is a preview of how she would conduct herself if elected president," Peibus said.
The additional 14,900 Clinton documents are nearly 50 percent more than the more than 33,000 work-related emails from Clinton’s years as secretary of state between 2009 and 2013, which her lawyers had previously returned to the State Department to be published in December 2014.