A spokesman for Hillary Clinton's campaign said Monday the former secretary of state "obviously" supports the release of up to 15,000 previously undisclosed emails recovered by the FBI from Clinton's private server.

"As we have always said, Hillary Clinton provided the State Department with all the work-related emails she had in her possession in 2014," said Brian Fallon, a campaign spokesman. "We are not sure what additional materials the Justice Department may have located, but if the State Department determines any of them to be work-related, then obviously we support those documents being released publicly as well."

Fallon's statement came the same day a federal judge ordered the State Department to fast-track a review of the roughly 14,900 records uncovered by the FBI in its year-long investigation. Documents that are neither classified nor duplicative will be provided to conservative-leaning Judicial Watch and possibly produced to the public, the State Department has said.

Clinton has long maintained that she turned over all her official communications when asked to do so in 2014. However, nearly 200 emails have since emerged that were both work-related and not included in that batch of records, raising questions about how Clinton selected the emails she would ultimately delete from her server.