Florida Gov. Rick Scott finally got the call he's been waiting for three days to get.
President Barack Obama called the governor at 12:40 p.m., according to a revised public schedule Scott's office released just before 3 this afternoon.
It's unclear how long the call lasted. Scott spokeswoman Jackie Schutz said in an email to the Herald/Times: "The president called to offer his condolences. Governor Scott reiterated his request for the emergency declaration requested on Monday."
No details were immediately available about the length of the call or what the two discussed.
During cable news interviews the past several days, Scott and top members of his administration -- including fellow Republicans, Attorney General Pam Bondi and Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez Cantera -- have pointedly mentioned the fact that Obama hadn't called Scott in the wake of Sunday's shooting massacre in Orlando.
Scott's office issued similar after-the-fact, revised public schedules for the governor this week to reflect that he had been called by both former President George W. Bush and senior Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.
Notably, the advisory from Scott's office this afternoon came 90 minutes after Scott made himself available to the media at a press conference -- in which local and state officials offered an update into the investigation of Sunday's attack.
Scott spoke during the press conference and also took questions from reporters, but he didn't let on then that he'd spoken with Obama an hour earlier.
Obama will be in Orlando on Thursday to meet with victims' families. While there, he's also expected to attend a prayer vigil at the Amway Center.
Scott plans to greet Obama on the tarmac when Air Force One lands in Orlando.