Abedin has taken fire for holding simultaneous positions at the Clinton Foundation and the State Department, a situation that presented her with numerous conflicts of interest.
Congress received the notes and documents on August 16 detailing why the Federal Bureau of Investigation recommended no charges against Clinton.
Investigators pieced together deleted emails from Clinton's correspondence with other officials and reconstructed "fragments" from old servers and machines connected to her email domain.
Judicial Watch has pressed for responsive documents to be made public before the presidential election, but it is still unclear whether all of them will be released by November 8.
Caption + Thanks to a rare designation, Huma Abedin was able to collect paychecks from the State Department, the Clinton Foundation and a consulting firm called Teneo Strategies.
CNN reported that the records could be made public as early as Wednesday.
State Department lawyers said Tuesday it will need until the end of September to review and redact any classified information from the new emails.
"I think there's legitimate questions about the Clinton Foundation", former Barack Obama campaign manager David Plouffe said on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday, though he added that Trump's business dealings are more problematic and the foundation has done good work.
22, 2016, it is reviewing almost 15,000 previously undisclosed emails recovered as part of the FBI's now-closed investigation into the handling of sensitive information that flowed through Hillary Clinton's private home server.
Clinton, who was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013, had claimed she deleted only personal emails prior to returning more than 55,000 pages of her work-related messages to the State Department past year.
"Hillary Clinton swore before a federal court and told the American people she handed over all of her work-related emails", Jason Miller, a senior communications adviser for the Trump campaign, wrote.
On the list were three executives from organizations that have donated millions to the Clinton Foundation: Bob McCann, the then-president of wealth management at UBS; Dr. Judith Rodin, the president of the Rockefeller Foundation; and Hikmet Ersek, the CEO of Western Union.
However, asked if that meant she regretted the tweet, Carroll said, "No".
The Clintons, while denying any wrongdoing, have planned a series of changes - including refusing to accept foreign and corporate contributions and shifting some of its programs to other charities - created to reduce appearances of impropriety if Hillary Clinton wins the 2016 presidential race. Copies of Clinton's calendar obtained by the AP confirm the meeting occurred in her State Department office on June 26, 2009.
The FOIA lawsuit over Abedin's employment status is one of several pending against the State Department in search of records related to Clinton's tenure.
In a statement, the government of Bahrain said the $32 million pledge was in support of a scholarship program for young men and women from the Persian Gulf kingdom who attend universities in Europe and North America.