The State Department will make public the thousands of deleted work-related emails the FBI uncovered during its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s personal email server, a spokesman said Wednesday.

“We will appropriately and with due diligence process any additional material that we receive from the FBI to identify work-related records and make them available to the public,” said deputy spokesman Mark Toner. “That’s consistent with our legal obligations.”

Toner said he did not know how many emails would be released, or when, but vowed to be “as transparent as we possibly can and try to give a timeframe.”

“But at this point, we just don’t know,” he said.

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