In the fifteen months since that interview, the President has never before questioned the contents of the tape, as today's tweet was the first time he had ever mentioned Lester Holt by name on Twitter.
It was clear that the Holt interview - and how the details led some to charge that Mr. Trump was trying to obstruct justice in the Russia probe - was on the President's mind this morning.
Mr. Trump provided no evidence of how NBC supposedly edited the May 2017 interview, in which the President discussed his reasons for firing Comey, a move which led to the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
In earlier tweets today, the President laid into the press, accusing them of using anonymous sources to produce 'fiction' about his administration.
"I just cannot state strongly enough how totally dishonest much of the Media is," the President wrote on Twitter.
"Truth does not matter to them, they only have their hatred & agenda," Mr. Trump added in a series of tweets which started Wednesday night.
"Enemy of the People!" the President said.
One might expect Mr. Trump will bring up the press at a campaign rally this evening in Evansville, Indiana, as reporters gathered for his events are often a convenient foil for the President when he is on the road, drawing boos and catcalls, and a frequent chant as well of, "CNN Sucks!"