Senator Rounds address the classified documents located at Mar-a-Lago

WASHINGTON, D.C.(WNAX)- Reports of the numbers and type of classified and top-secret documents that former President Trump was holding at his Florida residence is causing more alarm.

South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds says if reports are true, those documents in the open could cause damage to US national security.

Rounds says those type of documents have to be stored in secure locations.

Rounds, a member of the Armed Services Committee, says they have limited access to any classified documents.

Rounds says he has never had those type of documents in his office, let alone taken home.