With a little over a week to go before Election Day, the actions of President Donald Trump and his opponent, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, have given Americans the clearest picture yet of the two candidates yet. On Friday, Trump knocked it out of the park by brokering a normalized relationship between Sudan and Israel. The move follows several other home runs that saw the embattled Jewish nation establish diplomatic ties with other Arab states: The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Only one day after Trump brokered the peace between Sudan and Israel, Biden called a surprise lid on all activities. Following a similar decision last week, where Biden canceled events for four straight days leading up to the final presidential debate, it doesn’t paint a picture of a dedicated and able leader.