Former President Donald Trump improperly kept several boxes of White House records at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida — including notes from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un that the 45th president once dubbed “love letters” and a missive from former President Barack Obama, the Washington Post reported Monday.

While the documents were handed over to the National Archives and Records Administration last month, the incident raises questions about Trump’s compliance with federal law.

The Presidential Records Act of 1978 requires that presidents preserve memos, letters, notes, emails, faxes and other written communications related to their official duties and turn them over to the National Archives upon leaving office. ​